What Is My BECU Routing Number?

What Is My BECU Routing Number?


BECU, originally known as Boeing Employees Credit Union, is one of the largest not-for-profit credit unions in the United States. Available to more than just Boeing employees, BECU serves over a million clients with 50+ locations in Washington State and South Carolina.

If you have a checking account with BECU, then at some point you will need to know what your routing number is. This number is also sometimes referred to as the ABA number.

For example, you will be asked for both your routing and account number if you set up employee direct deposit or automatic bill pay. Both numbers will also be required when you order new checks and when you send or receive a domestic wire transfer.

You may know your BECU account number because it was sent to you in the mail when you first opened the account. As for your routing number, it is not always given to you as clearly and as upfront. You need to know where to look for it.

Fortunately, it is very easy to find your routing number for BECU.


The BECU routing number list below is sorted alphabetically by location. However, there is only one number for BECU. The routing number for BECU is the same for every state the country.

 

BECU Location BECU Routing Number
Alabama 325081403
Alaska 325081403
Arizona 325081403
Arkansas 325081403
California 325081403
Colorado 325081403
Connecticut 325081403
Delaware 325081403
District of Columbia 325081403
Florida 325081403
Georgia 325081403
Hawaii 325081403
Idaho 325081403
Illinois 325081403
Indiana 325081403
Iowa 325081403
Kansas 325081403
Kentucky 325081403
Louisiana 325081403
Maine 325081403
Maryland 325081403
Massachusetts 325081403
Michigan 325081403
Minnesota 325081403
Mississippi 325081403
Missouri 325081403
Montana 325081403
Nebraska 325081403
Nevada 325081403
New Hampshire 325081403
New Jersey 325081403
New Mexico 325081403
New York 325081403
North Carolina 325081403
North Dakota 325081403
Ohio 325081403
Oklahoma 325081403
Oregon 325081403
Pennsylvania 325081403
Rhode Island 325081403
South Carolina 325081403
South Dakota 325081403
Tennessee 325081403
Texas 325081403
Utah 325081403
Vermont 325081403
Virginia 325081403
Washington 325081403
West Virginia 325081403
Wisconsin 325081403
Wyoming 325081403

 

As an alternative, you can get the checkbook associated with your checking account and look at the bottom of one of the checks. You should see two or three sets of numbers displayed horizontally along the bottom. The first set of numbers on the bottom left of the check is your routing number. It should be 9 digits long. The second set of numbers is your account number.

You also have the option of visiting BECU branches, mainly in Puget Sound and Spokane, and asking a teller to give you your routing number. You will need to provide them with your account number or debit card.

If you prefer using your phone, you can call your branch’s phone number or request the routing number from a representative by calling BECU’s toll-free customer support at 1-800-233-2328.

For receiving international bank transfers, BECU does not have a SWIFT code. BECU uses Wells Fargo as an intermediary when accepting foreign wire transfers that require SWIFT codes. The SWIFT code for Wells Fargo located at 420 Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105, is WFBIUS6S. Make sure to credit BECU as the beneficiary bank with ABA //FW325081403. The final credit information you provide to the sender should include your full name, address, and account number.

When sending wires you will need BECU’s address, which is the following:
BECU
12770 Gateway Drive
Tukwila, WA 98168