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  • Convenience

    Education, Connection, and Community

    Nora C joined UFCU when she was an employee and student at the University of Texas at Austin™ in 1968. Still a Member 50 years later, Nora is an educator on the Austin Community College Board of Trustees and a founder of Las Comadres Para Las Americas. She describes herself as curious person who loves to learn, and does as much as she can to improve connections across our communities.

     

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  • Convenience

    Finding Creativity, Balance, and Life’s Treasures

    Patty K has a career, her art, and a new granddaughter. How does she balance it all? Not by sleeping late! Patty plans to work well into her later years to meet her financial goals, and she’s optimistic. A new Rav4, financial counseling, and Online Banking is how she’ll get there.

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  • Convenience

    Free, Convenient, and Easy

    Mazziel first visited UFCU in support of a friend, but after learning there were no fees, and experiencing genuine attention and kindness from the representatives, she became a Member on the spot.

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  • Convenience

    Community and Care, Even on the Other Side of the World

    Christina N likes UFCU because of the sense of community and convenience.

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  • Convenience

    Anytime, Anywhere Access

    Joseph V moved from San Antonio to attend St. Edward’s® University right after high school. He and his parents found the UFCU booth at an orientation event, opened checking and savings accounts, and the rest is history.

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  • Convenience

    UFCU makes my financial life easy.

    I didn’t have all my documents for my auto loan application, but Janice took care of me, told me what to get from home, and stayed with me from 3 to 6:30 on a Friday night. She was so kind and professional

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