Money Orders and Teller Checks

Money orders and teller checks are two ways for you to withdraw funds from your account. Merchants often prefer to receive payment by money order or teller check because they are backed by the credit union, unlike a personal check which is backed by the person writing the check. 

CSE members are eligible for one free money order OR one free teller check per day.

Money Orders

  • Maximum dollar amount of $999.00 for each money order
  • Each money order costs $1.50, unless it is your free money order/teller check for the day (see above)

Teller Checks

  • No maximum dollar amount for teller checks
  • Need to specify to whom the check is being issued at the time of the purchase
  • Each teller check costs $3.00, unless it is your free money order/teller check for the day (see above)

Direct Deposit & Payroll Deduction

CSE offers members direct deposit. This is the safest, quickest and most convenient way to have your paycheck deposited to your checking or share account. Save time and avoid lines at your local branch by signing up for direct deposit.

In addition to direct deposit, payroll deduction is available to current and retired Connecticut State employees. Payroll deduction allows you to have a portion of your paycheck allocated to different CSE accounts such as checking, club accounts, IRAs and loans.

Connecticut State Employees

State employees sign up for direct deposit through their Payroll Clerk. For payroll deduction, state employees can contact CSE for sign-up information.

Retired State Employees

State retirees sign up for direct deposit through the Retirement Division. For payroll deduction, retirees can contact CSE for sign-up information.

Private Companies

Employees of private companies can contact their employer’s payroll or human resources department to initiate direct deposit. Payroll deduction, as defined above, is not available to employees of private companies.

CSE Credit Union Transit and Routing Number (ABA)

CSE’s Transit and Routing Number can be used to set up Direct Deposit and Electronic Transfer of any funds to your CSE account. CSE’s routing number is 211977197. You can find this number at the bottom of your CSE check. You will see three groups of numbers. The first group is your routing number, the second is your account number and the third is your check number.

Wire Transfer

CSE Credit Union provides incoming and outgoing wire transfer services to its members. We do not provide services for international wires.

Outgoing Wire

The fee for each outgoing wire is $10.00. When you call us to initiate a wire transfer, you will need to provide the following information:

  • Your Name
  • Your Account Number
  • Your Address
  • Your Contact Telephone Number
  • Amount of Wire
  • Name of Receiving Financial Institution
  • Address of Receiving Financial Institution
  • Routing and Transit # (ABA#) of Receiving Financial Institution
  • Name of Person Receiving Funds
  • Address of Person Receiving Funds
  • Account # and Account Type of Person Receiving Funds*

If member information is not up-to-date in our system, the processing time for wires initiated over the phone may be delayed. Some wires may be required to be requested in person.  

*If the Receiving Financial Institution account information is not correct, the Receiving Financial Institution will reject the wire and may charge the member a fee.  

Incoming Wire

The fee for each incoming wire is $5.00. When you call the financial institution that will be initiating the wire to your credit union account, you must provide them with the following information:

Wire to:
Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union
184 Shuman Blvd Suite 400
Naperville, IL 60563
ABA # 271-987-635

First Credit To:
Connecticut State Employees Credit Union, Inc.
Account Number: 211-977-197

Final Credit To:
Your Name, Account # and Account Type at CSE