FRAUD ALERT: SCU Credit Union will never contact you and request information like PIN, account numbers, Social Security Numbers and online banking passwords. You should not give out or confirm any of this information unless YOU initiated the phone call. Use caution if you are being pressured for information immediately or if there is a sense of urgency.

SCU Credit Union will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, 2024 in observance of Juneteenth. You may access your funds through ATMs, Mobile and Online Banking.

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Deposit Insurance

SCU Credit Union is insured by both the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) and Massachusetts Shared Insured Corporation (MSIC). Your money is 100% insured regardless of the amount at SCU Credit Union. MSIC provides Excess Share and Deposit Insurance to all members of SCU Credit Union automatically. The coverage is a benefit of membership and comes at no direct cost to you. MSIC insures the portion of any legal, verifiable share or deposit account that exceeds NCUSIF coverage with no limit.

Joining is simple!

Why join SCU Credit Union? Because membership is more than being just a customer. You are part-owner of a financial cooperative that strengthens and builds the communities around you. Keeping your money in a community credit union helps your neighbors and local businesses reach their financial goals and prosper. To become a member, all you need is a $5.00 Savings Account. You can open your account online or stop by a branch near you.

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Not a member yet?

Membership in SCU Credit Union is open to people residing or employed in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Middlesex, Plymouth, Barnstable or Bristol of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Providence, Bristol and Newport counties of the State of Rhode Island. Additionally, family members of eligible persons may apply for membership regardless of location. A family member shall include a spouse, son, daughter, mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin, grandparent, or grandchild.

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