We are here to build lasting financial relationships one member at a time.
Jordan Credit Union was organized on December 9, 1950 with 17 members and no assets.
On January 16, 1951, the credit union received its charter and became a financial institution operating collectively for Jordan School District employees and their families.
Jordan Credit Union moved out of a Jordan School District employee’s house and into a previously owned Jordan School District building. Nearly a decade later, the credit union relocated its main office across the street into what is now the Sandy Branch.
Jordan Credit Union expanded its field of membership to include anyone who resides in Salt Lake County, Utah.
Jordan School District split into two separate districts as a result of the November 2007 referendum and Canyons School District was born. With the introduction of a new school district, Jordan Credit Union opened a temporary location inside the relocated auxiliary services building of Jordan School District to serve the employees.
Although Jordan Credit Union operates under expanded guidelines, the credit union maintains its roots, which is still apparent through school programs and participation. Jordan Credit Union continues to serve the financial needs of its members by having convenient locations throughout the southern end of the valley.
Membership in Jordan Credit Union is available to individuals and businesses who meet one of the following eligibility requirements:
- Live, work, worship, volunteer, or obtain an education in Salt Lake County, UT
- An immediate family members lives, works, worships, volunteers, or obtains an education in Salt Lake County, UT
(defined as spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, or grandchild. This includes stepparents, stepchildren, stepsiblings, and adoptive relationships.)
- Employee or employer of a Select Employee Group (SEG). See list of SEGs below.
- Employee of Jordan Credit Union
Once an individual joins the credit union, they may remain a member even if their affiliation with the credit union membership requirements change; they never need to worry about losing their membership as long as the account stays open.