Who Can Join
We are a closed charter credit union. Only those eligible may join.
Who is Eligible to Join?
We are proud to serve Government employees and their families in Marathon County.
Marathon County Employees Credit Union (MCECU) is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative.
MCECU is a closed charter credit union. That means it cannot solicit members from the general public or community at large.
The following people are eligible to join:
- Current, past public employees and retirees of the following:
- North Central Health Care Facilities
- Marathon County
- Marathon County Special Education
- Federal Employees
- State Employees
- School District Employees
- City Employees
- Town and Village Employees
- Current, past and retirees working in government buildings in Marathon County.
The members of the immediate families of each person eligible to become a member including
but not limited to spouses, parents, children and stepchildren, whether or not they reside in the
Persons eligible to join:
- Domestic Partners
- Spouse, former spouse, parent, child, or a person related by blood or adoption to a member
- A person currently or formerly residing in a place of abode with a member
- A person with who a member has a child in common
- A person who provides in home or community care for a member
- A person with whom a member has or had a dating relationship
Any organization or association may become a member of the credit union if a majority of the shareholders, partners, members or
owners thereof are eligible for membership in the credit union. Any trust may become a member if a majority of the persons who are settlor(s),
trustee(s), and beneficiary(ies) are eligible for membership in the credit union.
If you are eligible to join please complete the application link above. We will send you membership cards to sign and when you return the
signed cards with a $5 deposit you become a member owner of MCECU.
Important Information about Procedures for Opening a New Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We will also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.