Am I eligible?

You’re eligible to join USC Credit Union if you meet any of the following criteria.

  1. Current USC employee, faculty, staff, or enrolled student
  2. USC alumni
  3. Live, regularly work, or currently attend school in the Los Angeles or Orange Counties, or operate a business, corporation, or other legal entity in the Los Angeles or Orange Counties.
  4. Employee (or student) of:
    • Woodbury University, Burbank, CA
    • AltaMed
  5. In a member’s immediate family or “household members”, including domestic partners*

By the numbers

From our humble beginnings in 1973, USC Credit Union has grown into a modern financial institution, with 80,000 members and counting. Our assets exceed 785 million dollars and, as a cooperative with a non-profit model, we put them at the service of our members. Do you want a trustworthy financial partner? Talk to us today.


of profits go back to members as fee-free services, lower loan rates and more “yes” answers


Average annual savings for member households versus California banks


80,000 Member-Owners

Join Zulema, Nathan, Rahul, and thousands more members we know by name.



Free co-op ATMs & credit union service center branches nationwide



million in assets

Join the USC Credit Union Family

Our not-for-profit model holds us accountable to our members, not shareholders, so profits go back to you! When you join, you’ll enjoy favorable loan terms, fewer and lower fees, and better rates! 

*”Immediate Family” includes spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, grandchild, stepparent, stepchild, and any adopted relationship. “Household members” means a person living in the same residence and maintaining a single economic unit (participating in the maintenance of the household), which includes a “significant other,” “domestic partner,” roommate, legal guardian, and/or live-in nanny or helper. “Domestic Partner” is a person who can demonstrate such fact by any reasonable evidence, such as for example, a “certificate of domestic partnership,” joint ownership in property or investments, and/or other evidence of maintenance of a single economic unit, including joint debt.