OnPath Credit Union


Keeping You Safe : Important Notice to Our Members

As we continue to work together during these unprecedented and uncertain times, we remain focused on your safety and well being. To ensure we maintain a safe space for our valued members and our staff, we have implemented changes to our normal operations.

We understand and respect your choice not to wear facial masks or coverings when entering public spaces. At this time we will continue to follow our local guidelines and ordinances and require everyone entering the branch to wear a face mask.  Any visitor not adhering to this requirement will be required to use remote services including: drive ups, ATMs, telephone banking, mobile and/or online banking.  We appreciate your understanding and patience. 

In addition, we will continue to limit the number of individuals allowed into branches according to state and local regulations. Please allow a distance of 6 feet from you and other parties. There will be 6 feet markers and signage throughout the branch as well as plexi glass shields located at the teller counters.

We have enhanced our cleaning procedures and will be sanitizing frequently used areas. There will be hand sanitizer available for all members and staff to use.

We appreciate your understanding as we take the necessary precautions to keep you and our staff safe.  

Other Ways to Bank with Us

We understand that those at higher risks wish to not visit branches. Our Telephone Service Representatives are available via phone at 504.733.7274 or 800.749.6193, Monday through Friday 9am - 7pm Central Standard Time and Saturdays 9am - 5pm. You can also reach us via email at memberservice at beonpath dot com. For a full contact list, visit BeOnPath.org/contact.
To avoid potentially longer wait times, we encourage you to use Online Banking or Mobile Banking services.  
Most in-branch services can be conducted 24/7 using our digital tools and other resources for self-service banking and account access. You can access your accounts online or by using the OnPath Federal Credit Union Mobile app at your convenience. From there you can make payments, deposit checks, view transactions, check balances, find an ATM and more.
Download on the App Store | Mobile Banking App Get it on Google Play | Mobile Banking App
Night Drop: Night deposits will be available at OPEN DRIVE-UP BRANCHES only. Deposits are normally available by 10:30 am the next business day.

Deposit ATMS

During this time please take advantage of the following ATMs to make CHECK and CASH deposits:

3875 General De Gaulle Dr.
New Orleans, LA 70114

Harahan - Main Office
5508 Citrus Blvd.
Harahan, LA 70123

Lapalco Blvd. in Harvey
1536 Lapalco Blvd.
Harvey, LA 70058

Mid-City, New Orleans
411 N Carrollton Ave. Ste. 3
New Orleans, LA 70119

1554 Westbank Expy.
Westwego, LA 70094


Click here for a full list of ATMS

Applying for Loans or Opening Accounts

Take advantage of our online application portal which will allow you to apply for loans or open accounts remotely. 

Apply for a Loan  Open an Account 

Make an online payment 

Additional Information

Phishing & Scamming
During this time, phishing and scamming is on the rise. In the wake of talks surrounding the issuance of government funds, please take extra precautions not to share your personal or account information with suspicious entities/vendors. READ WARNINGS ABOUT GOVERNMENT CHECK ISSUANCE.
Remember, OnPath Federal Credit Union will not ask you for your account information or PIN via text or email. Please use caution when clicking on links requesting confidential info. Be sure to report suspicious activity to us by phone at 504.733.7274 or email at memberservice at asifcu dot com.
OnPath FCU Account Security
No matter by whom you are contacted and how  - phone, e-mail, text message, or web - be wary of urgent appeals or outright demands that you provide personal data. Don’t make it easy for hackers. Get ahead of them and stay informed by following these recommendations from the Anti-Phishing Working Group ( www.apwg.org ): 
  • Be suspicious of any email / text message / phone call with urgent requests for personal financial information.
  • Don’t use the links in an email / text message to get to any web page, if you suspect the message might not be authentic.
  • Don't use the contact information in a suspect phone call requesting information - instead initiate the call yourself using known contact information.
  • Avoid filling out forms in email messages that ask for personal financial information.
  • Always ensure that you’re using a secure web site when submitting credit card or other sensitive information via your Web browser.
  • Regularly log into your online accounts and check your financial, credit and debit card statements to ensure that all transactions are legitimate.