Washington, D.C. Branches

Serving The Washington, D.C. Community
  • Convenient branch locations to serve the entire city 
  • Deposit products, including Share Certificates
  • Market-leading, competitive interest rates
  • 24/7 Digital and Mobile Banking access 
  • Member-focused support and service 

Financial Products that Fit your Lifestyle

Andrews Federal Credit Union serves Washington, D.C. by providing financial resources that fit your needs and your busy lifestyle, including market-leading savings options, cash back checking, robust Digital Banking options and more.

If You’re Part of the Washington, D.C. Community, You Can Join!

If you live, work, worship or attend school in Washington, D.C., you can join us and start taking advantage of our money-saving resources.

Ready to become a member?

Visit Our Branches

We have several Washington, D.C. credit union locations available to serve you, including:

Washington, D.C. - NW

Address
5935 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington, D.C., 20011
Phone Number
800.487.5500

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Drive-Up Hours

There is no drive-up service at this location.

Washington, D.C. - SW

Address
1556 Alabama Avenue SE
Washington, D.C., 20032
Phone Number
800.487.5500

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Drive-Up Hours

There is no drive-up service at this location.


Credit unions and banks are both financial institutions but there are significant differences in how they are operated. Banks are owned by shareholders. Their Boards of Directors are paid employees. They are for-profit institutions. Credit Unions are owned by their members and their Boards are volunteer. They are non-profit which means any profits made are returned back to the member in the form of lower rates and fees.

You will need two forms of state-issued identification, including one primary form such as a state-issued ID, Passport, and/or Military ID. The second form of identification can be a Social Security card, Student ID, Birth Certificate, Permanent Resident Card, Auto Insurance Card, and/or a Credit Card. If your state-issued identification does not have your current physical address, you will need to show proof of current address with another form of identification, such as current utility bill or current bank or mortgage statement.

You must retain a minimum of $5 in your base share savings account. 

Through the CO-OP ATM network, we offer over 30,000 no-fee ATMs, covering all 50 states and 10 countries. Use our ATM locator to find the nearest Andrews Federal or CO-OP ATM. There is a small $1 fee to use a non-Andrews Federal or non-CO-OP ATM.

The Forces checking account offers up to $12 in ATM fee reversals, every month.