Arizona Central Credit Union

Arizona Central Credit Union Since 1939

 2 Branches in Tucson AZ

History Of Arizona Central Credit Union

Arizona Central Credit Union TucsonArizona Central Credit Union started as the Arizona League Central Credit Union. It opened in 1939 to serve employees, board members and officials of other credit unions. doing business in Arizona.

A credit union for credit union officers and employees. Who would of thought of that? Actually, the regulations at the time where required it. Employees could not borrow money from the credit union they worked for.

That created the need for a credit union for the employees and officers of all other credit unions.

In 1957, the name changed to Arizona Central Credit Union.

The name changes eliminated confusion. Arizona Credit Union League had been the trade association for Arizona-based credit unions.

Arizona Central Credit Union has operated under an Arizona state banking charter. But Arizona Central has changed its membership over time.

Arizona Central has grown by merging smaller credit unions. Over 50 mergers.

In 1968, Arizona Central became the first credit union in Arizona to create a SEG program. SEG stands for Select Employee Groups.

This program enabled small businesses to offer credit union membership to their employees. Thus, eliminating the risk and expense of an in-house credit union.

Arizona Central Today

Arizona Central Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial institution that is locally owned and operated by its members. ACCU has over 55,000 members and $400 million in assets. It strives to serve its members and the members communities with high standards of service and respect.

Arizona Central operates 10 full-service branches with offices in Phoenix, Tucson, Glendale, Chandler, Tempe, Flagstaff and Show Low.

Arizona Central Credit Union Tucson Branches are at:

In Northwest Tucson
2150 W Ina Rd
Tucson, AZ 85741
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On The East Side
787 S Alvernon Way
Tucson, AZ 85711
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For more information on the Arizona Central Credit Union visit their website.

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