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Kent County Credit Union's membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends post high school institutions in Kent County, Michigan.
In 2003, Kent County Employees Credit Union's board of directors made the decision to open up membership to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends post high school institutions in Kent County. In 2004, the word Employees was removed from the credit union's name to better reflect the membership in which we serve. Both of these events were approved by the State of Michigan's Office of Financial and Insurance Services which has become the Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation.
Kent County Credit Union is regulated by two main governmental bodies, but each of these work in conjunction with various other governmental entities. First, the State of Michigan, Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation has direct oversight of regulating state chartered credit unions in Michigan, of which Kent County Credit Union is one. Second is the National Credit Union Administration which regulates all Federally chartered credit unions in the United States of America as well as all credit unions which have the NCUIF (National Credit Union Insurance Fund) which insures member's deposits. The insurance fund is 100% funded by credit unions and is one of the strongest governmental insurance bodies.
Today, Kent County Credit Union has three offices in Kent County to serve more than 6,000 members. We are also part of a vast shared branch network which allows members of our credit union to transact business on their accounts at various other credit unions or service centers, state wide and nationally. As part of the Co-Op Network our members have access to over 25,000 ATMs nationwide. With services such as online banking, telephone banking, shared branch networks, ATMs, debit cards, and so much more, we can serve our members where ever life may take them today and in the future.
Members are our owners, and each member owns a share in the credit union. That share allows every member the opportunity to vote for directors, by-law changes and various other events. It also means that every member shares in the progress we make often seen in the form of lower loan rates and competitive savings rates. Our Board of Directors, elected by the members at the Annual Meeting, serve without any form of pay. They are volunteers that give of their time so that all of the members have the opportunity to benefit. Directors set the policies the credit union operates by and hires a CEO to carry out those policies. Directors are not involved in day to day operation, however the CEO does provide regular monthly updates to directors on the operation.
Hand in hand, we all work to provide a safe, secure, professional operation that provides the needed financial products and services that help our members prosper. We are stronger together, and together we build a future. Membership is so much more than just a loan or savings account, we invite you to explore all that is available to you. Apply for Membership today, just click here to get started.
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On February 9, 1983, the Georgetown University Student Federal Credit Union (then GUSFCU) was formally chartered by the National Credit Union Administration. At the time, it was "hailed" as a model for future student credit unions. The GUSFCU's founders received permission from the university administration to open on the second floor of the O'Gara building. Georgetown University became the first private university to have an independent, student-run credit union. Initial capital was raised by hundreds of students who pledged a total of approximately $500,000 in deposits, as well as a certificate of deposit by Georgetown University for $100,000.
By 1985, total asset levels exceeded $1,000,000. In 1994, the GUSFCU officially became the Georgetown University Alumni & Student Federal Credit Union (GUASFCU) to better represent its growing alumni base. GUASFCU has grown into the largest entirely student-run financial institution in the United States. In February 2008, GUASFCU celebrated its 25th anniversary. Its current membership base is split between students and alumni, with over 70 percent of the Georgetown community holding accounts. GUASFCU has over $15 million in assets and over 11,000 accounts; additionally, it retains a loan portfolio of approximately $1.8 million, consisting of signature and auto loans.
Through the transition into the 21st century, the GUASFCU continues to make members its main priority, with continued changes to better serve the students and alumni of Georgetown University. Through the introduction of new programs, the Credit Union seeks to become and remain your financial institution long after graduation. What began as a dream in the minds of a few visionary students became a reality with the formation of an institution aimed at providing an affordable variety of financial services to the students and alumni of Georgetown.
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