President’s Message

President's Message July 2016

The credit union began in 1956 as BYU Employee’s Federal Credit Union. We’ve come along way since our operations on the stair landing in the Clark building. And as the credit union looks back on 60 years of inspiring smart financial decisions, what better way to celebrate than with free ice cream from the BYU Creamery. Stop by any UCCU […]

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President's Message May 2016

60 years ago, seven BYU employees shared a vision of a not-for-profit financial institution that would be owned by the very people it served – individuals and families living in this community. In 1956, each of them contributed $5 of their own money and founded the BYU Employees’ Federal Credit Union on one simple industry principle: “people helping people.” Today, the name of that […]

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President's Message March 2016

The credit union continues to celebrate 60 years of serving this great community! This year-long celebration will give members and the credit union many opportunities to strengthen the community and take advantage of special offers and services provided by the credit union. We welcome your participation and urge you to take advantage of the special offers, rates, and service opportunities […]

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President's Message February 2016

President’s Message February 2016 2016 marks the 60th anniversary of UCCU! In 1956 we began as BYU Credit Union on a stair landing in the Harold R. Clark building on Brigham Young University campus. Seven members compiled $35 in assets to invest in an innovative concept- a credit union. Built on the principles of a not-for-profit organization, credit unions focus […]

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President's Message October 2015

Many people need breathing room when it comes to keeping monthly loan payments low – especially during the holiday season. If you need to consolidate high interest loan payments, give us a call. We have a number of solutions that can be tailored to your needs so that you monthly expenses can go down during what are typically the tightest […]

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President's Message July 2015

During 2014 and into 2015, the trends of economic recovery continued in the general and local economy.  Utah continues to see good job growth and boast one of the nation’s lowest unemployment rates. Home prices have stabilized and are beginning to rise. Mortgage rates remain low.  While there are still some lingering issues associated with the last recession, the credit […]

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President's Message May 2015

UCCU’s “Buyer Relax” program was designed to put the consumer in control when purchasing the two largest items that most people will ever purchase – a home and a vehicle. We say buyer relax, because most of you know the phrase “buyer beware”, but with UCCU’s tips and information we want you to take back control and have a relaxing […]

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President's Message January 2015

As 2015 gets underway we note the relatively strong local economy. Unemployment is low, job creation is positive, population growth is strong, and consumer confidence continues to rise. Of course, our local economy is still impacted by the national and global economic trends. Monetary policies in the country and in Europe continue to rely on government intervention to keep rates […]

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President's Message December 2014

The Christmas Season gives us all the opportunity to think of others and seems to bring out the giving nature in all of us. UCCU is proud to continue our sponsorship of The Giving Tree, as part of our ongoing partnership with United Way of Utah County. The Giving Tree program provides a way for credit union members to help […]

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President's Message October 2014

  LOW PAYMENT CONSOLIDATION PLAN Many people need breathing room when it comes to keeping monthly loan payments low – especially during the holiday season. The credit union has created a new home equity program designed to keep payments low and affordable. Payments on a $10,000 home equity loan are only $72.45 per month! So if you need to consolidate […]

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