principle #1 (inclusiveness)

Membership should be open to all. At Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union, membership is open to all who live or work in the State of Washington, without discrimination based on gender, race, religion, political affiliation or sexual orientation. It is the mission of the credit union movement to offer financial alternatives to underbanked and credit-challenged members of our communities.

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January 8th, 2014

SMCU Announces Expanded Hours

SMCU is pleased to announce that starting Wednesday, January 8, all SMCU branches will open at 9am Monday through Friday. The new branch hours will be: Downtown Monday through Wednesday: 9am to 5pm Thursday and Friday: 9am to 6pm Saturday: Closed Georgetown Monday through Friday: 9am to 6pm Saturday: Closed All Other Branches Monday through… (keep reading)

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October 7th, 2013

Government Shutdown Emergency Loans for SMCU Members

Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union was founded by employees of the City of Seattle. As such, we are concerned about the effects of the government shutdown on the men and women who work in public service. To help these dedicated people navigate this trying time with as little negative impact to their financial situations as possible,… (keep reading)

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June 3rd, 2013

Win This Grill!

Summer is just around the corner and that means two things: Grilling season is here It’s time to start thinking about summer home improvement and repair projects Win a new grill To celebrate, SMCU is giving you a chance to win a brand new Weber Genesis E-330 Gas Grill. This barbecue is an awesome 38,000… (keep reading)

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June 2nd, 2013

What Little Things Do You Splurge On? Comment and You Could Win.

You’re in line waiting to pay for… a ticket to the must-see movie of the month a 20 oz., extra-hot, caramel macchiato one of your favorite bands’ new album …and you can’t help but to feel a slight twinge of guilt at the $5 or $10 you’re spending on a “want.” We’ve all been there.… (keep reading)

Ask Bruce

November 19th, 2012

Ask Bruce: When Is It Time to Speak to a Financial Consultant

Bruce Brundige, LPL Financial Consultant at SMCU, has been involved in the financial services industry for over 24 years. Periodically, Bruce answers common financial planning questions. Q: How do I decide if it’s time to speak to a Financial Consultant? A: We get asked this question so often that we’ve put together a questionnaire tool… (keep reading)

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November 16th, 2012

Meet Raiana, SMCU’s Newest Business Development Specialist

As some of you may know, SMCU’s Business Development Specialist, Nina Cavelli, has decided to stay home with her new baby boy Trevor, so there is a new addition to the Business Development team: Raiana Troupe! She comes from the Southcenter Branch and is full of knowledge about the Credit Union and Seattle community. If… (keep reading)