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Holiday Branch Closures
MCCU branches will be closed on the following days in observance of the Christmas and New Years holidays:
    • Friday, December 23
    • Saturday, December 24
    • Monday, December 26
    • Monday, January 2
We wish all of our members a safe and happy holiday season!

Buy a Car and Get $100 Cash Back!
For a limited time, you can get $100 cash back when you buy a new car from Autoland and finance with us! Learn more about Autoland and apply today!

Get $10 When You Switch to eStatements!
Tired of getting too much mail? Want to get your MCCU statements faster, and on any mobile device? Switch to our free eStatements by 12/31 and we'll give you $10! Get more information on eStatements!

Refinance Your Student Loans & Get $200!
If you have federal and/or private student loans, and you'd like to consolidate and lower your monthly payment, apply through our partner SoFi and get a $200 welcome bonus! Click here for more information and to apply for your student loan refianance!

Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient!
MCCU offers low-rate Home Energy Loans that you can use for energy-saving home improvement projects! Click for more information on our Home Energy Loans and apply today!

read our blog Read Our Blog and Get Valuable Financial Information!
Did you know MCCU has a blog? We regularly post important and valuable information on various financial-related topics. Subscribe and never miss a post! Check out Matadors Money Matters now!

Sign Up For a Free Estate Planning Seminar
MCCU offers members free Estate Planning & Living Trust seminars throughout the year! You can also schedule a free consultation if you're unable to attend one of our seminars. Get more information and RSVP today for a free Estate Planning Seminar!

Learn about current financial scams NCUA Warns Consumers about Recent Scams
The NCUA has issued a warning to consumers to beware of any fraudulent emails and phone calls purporting to be from the NCUA. The NCUA will never solicit information from consumers. Read more about these scams and what to look out for.