The WVU Employees' Federal Credit Union was chartered as a not-for- profit organization by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a Federal agency. The Credit Union is owned entirely by its members and is operated for them exclusively. The philosophy of "people helping people" is carried out by its savings and lending services. Members' savings provide the lending funds.
Let us know what we can do for you! WVU EMPLOYEES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
The WVU Employees Federal Credit Union was chartered on October 12, 1961
Retirement of Dr. Carl Beck who ran the Credit Union by himself from his office in Allen Hall
Credit Union moves from Allen Hall to an office in the WVU Coliseum.
Credit Union purchases and moves to a former church on Harding Ave.
First website launched.
New products introduced: Telephone Banking & Debit Cards.
Old Harding Ave. Buildings demolished to make room for a new Credit Union building.
Current building opens with the Credit Union's first drive thru & ATM.
New online services introduced: Mobile Web Banking, Online Loan and Member Applications, Mobile Apps, & Mobile Deposit.
Joined the Allpoint Surcharge-Free ATM network.
First mortgage loan originated by the Credit Union.
Credit Union remains fully operational during the Covid-19 Pandemic with drive thru and online services.
New products introduced: Credit Cards & Mobile Wallets
After being closed for more than a year, the lobby reopens with social distancing procedures in place.
Joined the CO-OP Shared Branch Network.