Checking and Savings Accounts
- A valid driver's license or government-issued photo ID
- U.S. Social Security Number
- Credit/debit card to fund the account
The following accounts require personal attention, specific documentation and are not opened online: Trust, Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), estate accounts, business accounts, teen accounts and Kids Savings accounts. Please visit a financial center for assistance with these accounts.
You can locate your account number by clicking on the eye icon within Online or Mobile Banking.1 If you have checks for your account, your account number is the second string of characters printed on the bottom of your checks.
account number and South Carolina Federal's routing number.
South Carolina Federal's routing (MICR) number is 253278401. Your account number is the second string of characters at the bottom left of your check. You can also locate your account number by clicking on the eye icon within Online or Mobile Banking.1
If this is not your first time ordering checks, follow these steps:
- Log into Online Banking.
- Click on one of your accounts.
- Click on "More Actions."
- Click on "Order Checks."
- Click "Continue."
- Follow the remaining steps.
Here are some tools to help you stay on top of your finances and avoid overdrafts:
Budget: Check out our budgeting tips here to help you make better financial decisions.
Enroll in Direct Deposit: Direct Deposit lets you receive your paychecks faster and helps ensure you have the money you need, when you need it.
Enroll in Online Banking: Check your balances and account history, schedule transfers, receive mobile account alerts and deposit checks through Remote Deposit; all through the convenience of Online Banking.