MSUFCU is Thankful for 85 Years



Founded in 1937, MSU Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year! We are beyond thankful for the tremendous support we have received from our community, members, and employees. Here is a quick glance at MSUFCU’s growth over the years and how we’ve been celebrating the strides we’ve made since our humble beginnings.

MSUFCU is Good for Your Business



Small businesses are vital for a growing community and economy. At MSUFCU, we strive to assist entrepreneurs and offer tools to help companies succeed. Read more to learn about how we help small businesses including Lansing’s newest bookstore and café, Hooked.

International Credit Union Day



Falling on October 20, 2022, International Credit Union Day is a time to celebrate the empowerment of the credit union movement. Read more about what Credit Union Day means and how MSUFCU continues to empower their members, community, and employees.

Countdown to CU Kind Day



CU Kind Day, which took place on October 10, is an annual opportunity for credit unions around the country to spread kindness and positivity. This year, MSUFCU held a countdown to CU Kind Day, highlighting nine of MSUFCU’s partners who have helped support the Greater Lansing Community.

How Podcasts Can Help Improve Financial Literacy



From seminars to social media, financial education comes in many forms. If you are looking for a new way to improve your financial literacy, listening to podcasts may be a good resource to turn to.

Celebrating Pride All Year Long



June is Pride month — a time to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. At the Credit Union, we celebrate Pride all year long. Here are a few ideas of how you can too. 

Providing Innovative Solutions for Members Resulted in The Lab at MSUFCU



With more MSUFCU members interacting with the Credit Union digitally, we’ve created additional ways to connect beyond the mobile app through The Lab at MSUFCU. Established in 2020, The Lab team identifies, creates, and executes opportunities for innovation at the Credit Union. By devoting resources to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset, collaborative ideas are generated for pilot programs and eventually introduced as new products and services for members and employees.

Video Chat Increases Account Access for Members



During these times of social distancing, digital technology has made it possible for consumers to continue interacting with each other as well as the organizations they do business with. For example, video chat has allowed financial institutions to help maintain and improve a personal connection with their members. Learn more about how video chat is changing the way consumers are accessing their financial accounts.

Video Tellers: Enhancing Member Service and Engagement



Video Tellers are becoming a more common part of many financial institutions’ digital portfolios. With this technology, members can quickly and easily access their funds on-the-go. Learn more about the services Video Tellers provide.

We’re In This Together: Helping Our Members Through COVID-19



Communities worldwide are struggling with the temporary closing of businesses, schools and public facilities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. As many people continue to cope with these drastic developments, the Credit Union is here to help its members during this time of uncertainty.