You are eligible to join Central Kansas Education Credit Union if you an employee of the CITY OF SALINA, SALINE COUNTY OR are a school system retiree, teacher, staff employed within a school, in the following cities and counties:
- Dickinson County:
- Ellsworth County:
- McPherson County:
- Ottawa County:
- Saline County:
- USD 305, USD 306, USD 307
- Central Kansas Cooperative in Education,
- Smoky Hill Education Center
- Kansas State University, Salina, KS
- Kansas Wesleyan University
- Salina Area Technical College
- All private schools located within these areas.
Once you become a member, you may then refer your immediate family members to join! Interested in opening an account? Apply below.
By completing and submitting the secure membership application below you are letting us know that you would like to open an account at Central Kansas Education Credit Union. You are eligible for membership if you are a school employee in Saline, Dickinson, Ellsworth, McPherson and Ottawa counties. Immediate family of current members are eligible too! Please note that a $25 minimum deposit to your Primary Share Savings Account is required. Upon submission of this application, a staff member will contact you by the next business day to let you know if we need any other information for opening your account and what happens next at Central Kansas Education Credit Union.
Important Account Information For Your Review
Please Note: In addition to the electronic application you are about to submit, Central Kansas Education Credit Union requires the following in order to process a new account:
- Valid Photo ID
- $25.00 Deposit
- Completed and signed Membership Agreement
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To Finalize Your Application
A staff member will contact you by the next business day to let you know if we need any other information for opening your account and what happens next at Central Kansas Education Credit Union.
Important Information about Procedures for Opening an 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 may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.