ISU Credit Union was founded in 1960 to serve employees of Illinois State University. We now serve more than 10,000 community members who live or work in McLean County.
In the United States, credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members rather than to maximize corporate profits. Like banks, credit unions accept deposits and make loans.Like credit unions, these financial institutions accept deposits and make loans,but unlike credit unions, they are in business to make a profit. Banks and savings & loans are owned by groups of stockholders whose interests include earning a healthy return on their investments. Credit unions are member owned and not-for-profit, so the people they serve are those who benefit from their financial success
The ISU Credit Union is location at 1309 S. Center Street south of campus. There is also a small branch in the Bone Student Center at the corner of University St. and College Ave.