Join a community that puts people first, not profits.
In 2003, OKCU was granted a community charter which opened membership to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the Oklahoma City Metro Area.
Currently, OKCU has almost half a billion dollars in assets, employs 125 people and offers branch access at over 91 locations across Oklahoma and over 5,000 locations nationwide. OECU serves over 40,000 people who enjoy benefits such as low or no fees on services, higher rates on deposits, and low rates on home or auto loans.
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What is a credit union?
Credit unions began as an idealistic, yet practical experiment. The concept was simple: Members pool their savings and lend to each other. From the beginning, credit unions sought to keep people economically independent - by helping them learn to save and borrow responsibly.
We exist to serve our members, not to make a profit. Earnings are returned to our members in the form of lower loan rates, higher interest on deposits and lower fees. Each OKCU member has equal ownership and one vote -- regardless of how much money you have on deposit. At OKCU, everyone is both a member and an owner.
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We love our community like we love our members
When you bank with OKCU, you help support the local community. Whether it's participating in revitalization efforts or organizing financial literacy programs, we believe in the importance of supporting our local community. We are proud to be involved in community efforts across the Oklahoma City Metro, including:
Learn more about our community partners
- Plaza District
- Uptown 23rd
- Keep It Local OK
- Sasquatch Shaved Ice
- Credit Unions for Kids
- Financial Literacy Initiatives
Get help with the essentials of life
OKCU is proud to offer opportunities throughout the year to help both members and nonmembers make smart decisions with their money. We are happy to help you with the essentials of life, from money management to estate planning. Take a look at what we offer.
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- Homebuyer Workshops
- Estate Planning Workshops
- Finanical Peace University Courses