Notre Dame FCU


Founded in 1941, Notre Dame FCU has grown from its origins in the Admin Building at the University of Notre Dame. Today, we serve over 850 groups in all 50 states.
Best Give Back Ever

Attend the 2021 Best. Give Back. Ever.

Our mission to serve the community reached new heights in 2020 when we gave back nearly $2 MILLION to you and the causes you care about. Join our block party in celebration of the Michiana community!

There will be a live DJ, play-til-you-win crane machines, and we are even bringing back the LEGO ATM! Cold hard cash will be given away. PLUS, for each cash winner, we will be matching the winnings and donating it to a charity of the winner's choice!

Date: Friday, August 6 Time: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Downtown

six surprising facts about your health savings account

6 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Having a Health Savings Account

Insurance can be a confusing necessity. Sometimes people don’t understand the full advantages of their plan. This can even include knowing the full details of their associated Health Savings Account (HSA). Here are six surprising facts of an HSA you might not know.

You can still use your HSA even if you switch away from a High Deductible Health Plan.

Your Health Savings Account is just that, a savings account. The funds in the HSA are still yours to use for medical expenses, regardless if you switch away from an HDHP or leave your employer. Your HSA stays with you, and

Tactics of Elder Financial Exploitation & 7 Easy Steps for Prevention

Elder Financial Exploitation is One of the Most Common Forms of Abuse

According to the National Council on Aging , approximately 1 in 10 Americans over the age of 60 have experienced some form of elder abuse. Elder financial exploitation is one of the most common forms of abuse, likely because there is an opportunity for monetary gain by the perpetrator.


Elder financial exploitation is defined as the illegal or improper use of an older adult’s funds, property, or assets. The perpetrators of elder financial

Managing your assets. know your retirement plan options!

Leaving the Company? Know Your Retirement Plan Options

Are you leaving your company or retiring? Know Your Retirement Plan Options! Your retirement plan may offer you several options for managing your retirement plan assets when you change jobs or retire. Understanding these choices will help you narrow down your choices.


Following are the options that may be available to you. Note that these selections apply to your contributions, the vested portion of your employer's contributions, if any, and the earnings attributed to both.

Keep your money in the plan . You may be able

True Partnerships Help Your Business Thrive

We Succeed When You Succeed

You own a business, or maybe even lead a Non-Profit Organization. You connect with the community around you to understand how to best meet the needs of those you serve. You then entrust a bank/credit union with your earnings, open an account and go about your business (literally). But have you ever asked yourself…are they a partner ?


Notre Dame FCU believes a partner relationship is defined as investing in each other’s missions to help reach mutual goals. We are a mission-based organization, and with this, we view

Mortgage 101. Your home buying checklist.

When is it time to start looking for a home?

If you are serious about home ownership, it is time to start looking now. This checklist will help you prepare for all aspects of the home buying process.


A mortgage loan professional will review and discuss your individual needs and expectations. They will explain the home buying process to you in detail and assist in evaluating the various loan programs and products available. There are many financing options available in the mortgage world, so having the right mortgage

Understanding Medical Savings Accounts. FSA vs HSA.

Breaking Down Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts

There are multiple medical tax-favored savings plans that can make paying for medical expenses more manageable when partnered with health insurance plans. While all these options have great features and benefits, few health and banking professionals take the time to break them down in easy to understand language. The two most common medical savings plans that are often confused with each other are Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).

An individual and their spouse are usually unable to make contributions to both an FSA and HSA. Because of this

Your Kids and Money. When to Talk Finance?

Is there a right time to introduce your child to the world of finance?

It’s a common question, yet the answer is not always an easy one. During my career, I’ve seen it all—excited parents opening an account for their newborn child, the indifferent teenager whose motive for opening an account is to quiet a nagging parent, or countless incoming college freshmen opening their first checking account during the mad-rush of moving onto campus. Are any of these scenarios ideal? Or are we missing the bigger picture?

You may say that each of these scenarios is an opportunity to begin building a strong,