Star of Texas Credit Union
Together Making It Possible
What Does It Cost?
Who Is Eligible?
“Together Making It Possible” is more than a motto; it is the core value that guides us as we serve our members. We welcome Texas Workforce Commission employees, relatives of any current member, and anyone who may live, work, worship or attend school within Travis County.
Ready to Join?
Here is What You'll Need
• 2 forms of Govt. Issued ID or valid Passport and Govt. Issued Matricula ID.
• If your ID shows an address outside of Travis County, please also bring a pay stub or utility bill showing that you live or work in Travis County.
• You will need at least the $20.00 minimum balance.
• That is all you need to become a member-owner of the credit union with access to all of our great products and services, as well as full voting rights.
You can also apply online using the link below and receive approval within minutes!* Quick, convenient, no paperwork required!
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Since 1952 Star of Texas Credit Union has strived to meet the needs of its owners in providing a safe and sound financial alternative. All accounts are insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the federal government. Whether it’s opening your child’s first savings account or buying a new automobile, we’re here to serve you.
What Is CDFI?
CDFIs invest in local communities and the residents who live there by providing critically needed financing often unavailable from mainstream financial institutions.
CDFIs are certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund – known as the CDFI Fund. In order to become a certified CDFI, the financial institution must: have a primary mission of promoting community development; provide financial products and services; serve one or more defined low-income target markets; maintain accountability to the community it serves; and be a legal non-governmental entity.
All CDFIs share a common mission of serving low-income communities. CDFIs are commonly loan funds, credit unions, community banks, or venture capital funds.
Certified CDFIs are part of a national network promoting economic growth in America’s underserved communities by financing businesses, creating jobs, and rebuilding neighborhoods.
As a CDFI, Star of Texas Credit Union puts the community first and values local, economic growth.