- Welcome to Archer Credit Union -

We Put Heart Into Banking

Archer Credit Union is a community credit union offering a full range of personal, agricultural, and commercial financial services. Membership is as easy as a $5 deposit—just like opening any account at a bank. But from there the similarity ends.

As a not-for-profit, Archer Credit Union exists to serve our members. You’ll find an amazing culture where people truly have the passion and expertise to help you with anything from the day-to-day to complex financial solutions. From large farm operations to local businesses to families to students, we live, work, and help people in our communities with local solutions and local decision making.

At Archer Credit Union, we value people first. We will earn your trust and, more importantly, do everything we can to keep it as your long-term financial partner.

Secure Online Banking

First time login instructions. Account access to manage your finances.

Billpay at your Fingertips

We make it easy for you to manage your everyday banking.

New Account Switch Kit

We make switching your accounts fast & convenient.


2020 Annual Meeting Rescheduled

Our 2020 Annual Meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday August 12 at 7pm at the Archer Community Room. Due to COVID-19, this year's event will be strictly a business meeting.Read More >

Information Regarding Economic Impact Payments

One of the most critical elements of the CARES Act is the plan to distribute stimulus checks to many Americans. We've compiled all of the most important information regarding these payments and how they affect you. 1. Am I eligible? According to the IRS website , the following individuals are...Read More >

Location Changes

All of our lobbies will be open beginning Monday June 8, 2020. We are really excited to finally be able to help you with all of your banking needs face-to-face in our lobbies! If you are feeling unwell, please know that all banking services are still accessible through our Central City and St. Paul...Read More >

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