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Mary has been a professor at The University of Texas at Austin™ for 30 years. When she first started, she asked her colleagues where they banked, and most of them responded with UFCU. It was just so convenient. So she opened an account, and has been banking here ever since.
Jesse P appreciates UFCU’s modern conveniences, like digital services and the Mobile Banking app. And he relies on UFCU staff to help him handle everyday issues.
Michael and Elizabeth joined UFCU in 1965, when they came to The University of Texas at Austin™. Now Members for more than 50 years, they’ve grown from young UT students to seasoned credit union Members, and they’ve witnessed the growth of their credit union too.
The first time Benny G needed to buy a car, he didn’t know much about the car-buying process. He bought a car and originally financed with another institution at 18%. But with help from his UFCU representative, Benny worked to improve his credit rating, refinanced his auto loan at 2.9%, reduced his monthly car payment by more than $100, and took two years off of his loan term! With reliable transportation, Benny has found more opportunities at school and work. He’s getting things done.
Barry H has been a UFCU Member for more than 30 years, and he doesn’t plan on changing. Now retired from the University of Texas at Austin™, Barry enjoys photography and the ease of retirement.
Ariana F has partnered with UFCU through all her big life moments. Together with UFCU, she has financed three cars, benefitted from a flexible credit program, started using digital services, and is now saving for her kids’ future.
Jeffery H likes to write poems about the things that affect him, and he says being a Member of his first ever credit union affects him. Inspired, he wrote a poem about UFCU, and we’re proud to share what he has to say about us.
Patrick and his wife were relocating from California with a home under escrow, and only three weeks to move to Texas. They were working with another lender to buy a home in the Austin area, but there were multiple issues with the underwriting process. That’s when they turned to UFCU.
Rachel S has been a Member of UFCU since she graduated from high school in 2005. She has taken advantage of many services, including her first checking account, credit card, car loan, and line of credit. When she got married, she expanded her membership with UFCU by opening a joint account. Now that they have a daughter, they’re excited to start exploring more options for their future with UFCU.
David G has a love for Austin and the advantages of banking locally. He left the city for a while and tried Houston and Dallas, but loved UFCU so much, he refused to bank elsewhere. Back where he belongs, David is grateful that UFCU has been around to take part in his bigger life moments.
Cady C joined UFCU when she first arrived in Austin in the late 70s and has been a Member ever since. Her children’s first savings accounts and, much later, first car loans were with UFCU. Cady says she joined for the service and ultimately sticks around because she’s proud of what her financial institution does for the community.
Justin C opened his first account with UFCU when he was 12 years old, and has been with UFCU ever since. Over the years, he’s learned a lot about managing his finances and has even conquered identity theft.
I can't remember a time when I haven’t been satisfied with the help I've received from UFCU representatives.
Several years ago, Stacie C went through a tough divorce. Her credit score was devastated, her car was repossessed, and she was in serious need of a vehicle. Stacie decided she had to get back on financial track. She went to UFCU with a lot of questions and little hope, but soon discovered that it is indeed possible to see real results in a short time.
Annabel M decided to open an account at UFCU because she had heard great things from her friends. When she finally visited a financial center, she confesses to being impressed by the staff’s attention to detail, the helpful advice, the friendly attitudes — and the free coffee.