Membership

Become a part of something bigger

Belonging to a credit union benefits you, your family, and your community.

Credit Union Membership Benefits

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, member-owned financial services cooperative. Our earnings are returned to more than 714,000 member-owners in the form of reduced loan rates, lower fees, and higher dividends.

Alaska USA specializes in providing financial services to individual consumers, rather than earning a profit for stockholders.

Who can join?

Anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Alaska, Washington, California's San Bernardino County, or Arizona's Maricopa County can join Alaska USA. The immediate family members of current credit union members are also eligible.

It’s easy to check your eligibility, so please feel free to discuss membership with your local branch or contact the Member Service Center. Once someone is a member of a credit union, they are always a member provided they maintain the minimum balance for their account—even if they change jobs, retire, or move away.

How to become a member

1

Give us a call

You can apply over the phone by calling our 24/7 Member Service Center at 800-525-9094.
2

Visit a branch

Bring a valid photo ID, a secondary form of ID, and $5 for your membership fee.

Find a branch

Access to services nationwide

Alaska USA participates in the CO-OP Shared Branch network, giving members in-person access to their credit union accounts at thousands of shared branch locations worldwide.

Most shared branching locations offer deposits and withdrawals, loan payments, and Visa cash advances. Many locations also offer transfers, statement printouts, check withdrawals, money orders, travelers checks, and notary services.

 

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