Become a member of Meadowland Credit Union
Credit Unions are not-for-profit cooperatives owned by the people who save and borrow. Because we are a not-for-profit organization we offer our members higher returns on investments, lower rates on loans and fewer service fees. "People Helping People" is the philosophy credit unions were founded on. You may be eligible to become a member depending on where you live or work or if someone you are related to is a member.
You are eligible to become a member if you fall into one of the following categories:
Residence County: Any person who resides or works in Sheboygan County.
Family Members: The spouse, parents, children, grandparents, and grandchildren of a person eligible for membership. Immediate family members include both biological relatives and those related by marriage or civil union. It may also include all member of a household under one roof.
Members for life: Once a member always a member. If an existing member closes their account and would like to re-open at a later time they are always eligible.
Join Meadowland Credit Union
To join Meadowland Credit Union, a qualified member must open a savings account. There is a minimum deposit of $5 (one share). Your deposit represents your ownership in Meadowland Credit Union making you a valued member. Credit Union members enjoy many benefits:
- Credit Unions are not-for-profit organization owned by members
- Earn higher returns on investments
- Pay lower rates on loans
- Credit Unions have fewer and lower service fees
- Credit Unions provide excellent service by people who know you
- Your money is federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
Please stop in to become a member today!