Waipahu Branch

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union's friendly professionals at our Waipahu branch on Oahu can help you open new accounts, apply for loans or mortgages, and much more. We're ready to assist you with all of your financial needs.

Convenient credit union services

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union's Waipahubranch on Oahu is where you can open accounts, apply for loans and manage your finances with our services. Take care of your financial business at our Waipahu branch, visit our other branches or call us to learn more.

Address

Waipahu Town Center
94-050 Farrington Hwy. #B1-4
Waipahu, Hawaii 96797

Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Phone: (808) 676.4300

About the Waipahu Branch

  • HawaiiUSA’s Waipahu branch is located in the Waipahu Town Center. The branch is located on the mountainside of the Town Center and services the residents of Waipahu, Waipio, Waikele and the Ewa Plains.
  • For your convenience, there is a 24/7 area with an ATM, kiosk to apply for a loan, access your account via Online Banking or Online Bill Pay, our Internet Banking and bill pay service and a phone to access our Telephone Banking service. 
  • The Branch Manager is Joy Viana.

How to get to the Waipahu Branch

  • From Diamond Head (East Oahu), take the H-1 freeway west (Ewa). Take the Ewa off-ramp, which will loop towards the ocean. Exit on the Waipahu off-ramp and merge to your left lane. The Waipahu Town Center is on your left side. You can enter the Waipahu Town Center from Farrington Highway (make a U-turn at the Farrington Highway and Leoku Street traffic light) or from Leoku Street (through the driveway behind McDonalds).
  • From Waianae (West Oahu), take the H-1 freeway east (Diamond Head). Take the Ewa/Waipahu off-ramp. Exit on the Waipahu off-ramp and merge to your left lane. The Waipahu Town Center is on your left side. You can enter the Waipahu Town Center from Farrington Highway (make a U-turn at the Farrington Highway and Leoku Street traffic light) or from Leoku Street (through the driveway behind McDonalds).