Member Stories

Community Impact

At UFCU, you’re a partner, not an account number. But don’t just take it from us — hear it straight from UFCU Members.
  • A Voice for the Hispanic Community

    As a UFCU employee for 21 years, Monica Andry worked to improve the financial health and education of Central Texas Latinos and the community as a whole. Now, as the newly appointed president and CEO of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, she is continuing her passion to advocate and be a voice for the Hispanic community.

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  • Member-Driven Banking

    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.

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  • Small Business Hits the Big Time

    Even if you love what you do, the business side of a business is always easier with a trusted partner. Learn how UFCU supports local Austin actor and entrepreneur Jordan J and his rapidly growing business.

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  • Building on Equity

    Committing to excellent financial health can really pay off in the long run. Ada M has done well for herself and her family by investing in her home and maintaining her good credit history.

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  • Flipping the Script on Dessert

    A chance encounter with a half-empty box of pancake mix launched the idea for JP’s Pancake Company. Entrepreneur JP U has trusted UFCU for his financial services since his first days on the Concordia University campus.

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  • Removing Barriers to Education

    UFCU wants a higher-education degree to be within reach—literally. Getting to class can be a real-life challenge for many students like Benny G. Thanks to an auto-loan refinance through UFCU, he cut his loan payment by more than $100 per month and reduced his loan term by two years! With reliable transportation, Benny found more opportunities at school and work. With more money at his disposal, he can save, plan, and take control of his future.

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