Wire transfer is a method of electronically transferring funds from one person or institution to another. Wiring money can be a great way to help a friend or relative meet emergency expenses. Wire transfers are also used for business transactions, making a down payment on a home, or paying off debt.

How to request a wire transfer:

  • In person at any SchoolsFirst FCU branch.
  • By phone by calling (800) 462-8328, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., or Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (some limitations and restrictions apply).

Wire transfers can be fast and easy, if you have all of the necessary information ready:

Outgoing Domestic (U.S.) Wires — Fee: $20 each

General information:

  • Date to transfer funds.
  • Amount to transfer.

Your information:

  • Account number and Share ID number of the account to withdraw funds from.
  • Daytime phone number.

Receiving financial institution info:

  • Name.
  • Address.
  • Phone number.
  • Routing or transit number.

Beneficiary (person/company receiving funds) info:

  • Name.
  • Address.
  • Account number.
  • Any special instructions.

Incoming Wires — Fee: $0

Please provide the outside financial institution the following information when wiring funds into your SchoolsFirst FCU account:

  • Institution name: SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union
  • Mailing address: 15332 Newport Avenue, Tustin, CA 92780-6408
  • Phone number: (800) 462-8328
  • Routing number (Domestic): 322282001
  • SWIFT (International): SFROUS61
    • Note: The O in the SWIFT Code is a letter “O”, not a zero.
  • Account Number:
    • Savings — your Member Number (without any leading zeros).
    • Checking — the 12-digit number located at the bottom of your personal checks (ex., 40-0XXXXXX700).