Join a Credit Union

Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives. By opening an account, you "join" a credit union and become a "member," a person that uses the credit union's financial services.  Credit unions serve members that share something in common, such as where they live, work or go to school. For example:

  • Occupational - Members share an occupational (where they work) bond.
  • Associational - Members share a bond through an association with a particular church, school, etc.
  • Community - Members live in a defined geographic area, such as a certain zip code, town or county.

FIND A CREDIT UNION TO JOIN:  If you don't belong to a credit union and would like to find one to join, think about what "bond" you may share with others, then visit aSmarterChoice.org and complete a few simple questions to find a credit union right for you!  Or, you can browse the Mississippi Credit Union Directory.