What is a Routing Number?
A routing number is a unique, nine-digit number that functions as an address for your bank. It is used for electronic transactions such as funds transfers, direct deposits, digital checks, and bill payments.
Find Your Routing Number on a Check
You can find your routing number in the bottom left corner of a check.
Find a Routing Number Without a Check
Find Your Routing Number Using Online Banking
- Log into online banking.
- Select an account from The Hub.
- Click on Account Numbers & More.
Find Your Routing Number Using the Huntington Mobile App
- Log into the Huntington Mobile app.
- Select your account.
- Select the Summary tab.
- Select Account Numbers & More.
Find Your Routing Number on a Bank Statement
You can use the third and fourth digits of your account number to determine your routing number. You can find your account number in the top of the right column of a bank statement.
In the example, you would use 34 to determine your routing number using the chart below. 34 corresponds to the routing number 074000078.