At Southeastern Ohio
you're a Member not a Customer
What is our mission?
Southeastern Ohio Credit Union is owned by
the membership and exists to provide, in a friendly
atmosphere, high quality financial services at favorable
terms to its members while maintaining the long-term
financial stability of the credit union.
What is a credit union?
It is a cooperative society organized under Ohio law
with two primary objectives. First, to supply the
members with a plan of systematic savings. Second, to
make it possible for members to take care of credit needs at a
reasonable rate of interest.
How can I join the Credit Union?
here to see if you are eligible. Visit or call the Credit Union office:
Fill out a membership account card.
Provide proof of identification.
Initial Deposit of $5.00 required at
the opening of the account or completion of a payroll
Why join a Credit Union?
The credit union in another choice for
various types of savings. Dividends are paid
quarterly and at competitive rates. A minimum
balance of only $5.00 is required to be kept in your
savings account with no penalties for withdrawals. A
variety of loans are offered with competitive rates.
Checking accounts require no minimum monthly balance and
have no monthly service charge.
Our staff is ready and willing to
offer you personal and prompt service.
Board members are volunteers who
strive to meet the members' needs through regular
review of the financial health of the credit union and
maintaining fair rates for services offered.
How is this institution insured?
This institution is not federally insured.
However, the credit union is insured by American Share
Insurance, a private credit union insurer.
Deposits are insured up to $250,000 per account.