A note from Steve Brody, may be of interest to alumni….
Dear ISU alumni (and faculty & staff) in the US:
Now that tax season is behind us (hopefully!), how’s about some good news on
‘personal finances’ brought to you by ISU? If you have wanted to join a
credit union but haven’t been eligible, now you are.
ISU is now a member organization in the NASA Federal Credit Union, and this
will allow ISU alumni, faculty, and staff living in the U.S. to join the
NASA Federal Credit Union.
The website is at: www.nasafcu.com
The NASA credit union will allow ISU alumni to be considered a part of the
ISU ‘employee group’ for membership eligibility; you will see this term used
on the membership portion of the website. If you have any difficulty
joining, the credit union membership person to contact is:
I have generally found credit union rates, services, fees, etc., better for
the consumer than commercial banks, but I will leave any comparisons and
‘pros & cons’ to whomever is interested.
NOTE: This NASA Credit Union primarily serves the DC/Baltimore metropolitan
area in that its branches are located there (see ‘locations’ on the
website). Credit Unions at NASA locations in other areas around the country
are not necessarily affiliated with this credit union.
As indicated on the website under “Locations”, members of the NASA Federal
Credit Union do have free ATM access at “thousands of ATMs across the
country” including at “7-Eleven Store ATMs in 30 states across the U.S.”
I am happy to be able to announce that this benefit is available to ISU’s