Members can enjoy a variety of benefits: lower interest rates on loans, credit union service fees are usually free or low, family feel, not just another account number. Our employees make it a point to get to know our members and make a difference in their lives and community. When you are a member of the credit union, you are a member-owner. Which means our members have a say in the direction the credit union is heading. Our board of directors are elected by the membership. Directors are volunteers and are not paid. We are a not-for-profit financial cooperative.
Alliance Credit Union is awarding four $2,500 scholarships in 2017. Two graduating high school seniors and two undergrad and above will be awarded the scholarship money. A total of $10,000 will be given this year.
We encourage all students who are graduating high school seniors or continuing their education to apply. Each applicant must be a high school senior, undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, bound/enrolled to a college/university, and a member of Alliance Credit Union in good standing. Students who are not yet members may join the credit union and apply for our scholarship at the same time. Students must meet our field of membership qualifications by living, working, worshiping or attending school in Lubbock or Hockley County.
Just stop by any of our branch locations to open a new account. A $5.00 minimum deposit is required to open all share (savings) accounts and a $50.00 minimum deposit is required to open all checking accounts. Your share account must first be opened to establish membership.
People who live, work, or attend school in Lubbock or Hockley counties, as well as their immediate family members and spouses of people who have died while they were members are eligible for membership.
Prior to stopping by any one of our seven branch locations please be prepared to provide at least one (1) of the following unexpired identification documents for identity verification purposes: