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How to become a Member:

Becoming a member of Alliance Credit Union is easier than ever! We have recently expanded our geographic field of membership to include 32 counties spanning West Texas, as well as two other conduits for membership eligibility.

You are eligible for membership if you, your spouse, or any immediate family members live, work, or worship in the following counties:

Andrews, Bailey, Borden, Concho, Castro, Cochran, Coke, Crosby, Dawson, Fisher, Floyd, Gaines, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Howard, Kent, Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Martin, Mitchell, Nolan, Parmer, Potter, Randall, Runnels, Scurry, Swisher, Terry, Tom Green and Yoakum.

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In addition to this geographic area, ALLIANCE has added members of the Texas Tech Alumni Association and the Friends of the Lubbock Library to our field of membership. What this means is, if you are already a member of either association you automatically qualify for membership with ALLIANCE. Further, if you are eligible for membership with either association ALLIANCE will make you a member by paying your first year’s dues.

Ready for a better banking experience?

Join ALLIANCE. We're different in a lot ways. Mainly, we're a not-for-profit financial cooperative, a fancy way of saying our members are our owners and decisions are made with members' best interests in mind. Whatever profits we make go back to members in the form of higher dividends, lower rates and better access through improved technology.

Join online or stop by any of our Lubbock branches to open your share account (called that because it gives you a share of credit union ownership).

  • A $5 minimum deposit is required to open all share (savings) accounts, which makes you a member-owner of the credit union and affords you voting rights relative to credit union leadership

  • A $50 minimum deposit is required to open all checking accounts

Before You Arrive, Bring One Form of ID

  • Driver's License

  • State ID Card

  • ITIN

  • Passport

  • U.S. Government Card

  • U.S. Military Card

  • Alien Registration Card

  • Concealed Handgun ID/Permit

Junior Accounts: Minors are required to provide a state-issued picture ID for checking accounts. Junior Savings accounts do not have this same requirement, and minors can provide their Social Security card or birth certificate.

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