Get to Know Us
We're invested in you
We are Oregonians, just like you. We're a team of individuals who live and work in the same communities as you do, and we exist to serve you. Every dollar you invest in Oregonians CU is reinvested in you in the form of lower loan rates, higher deposit rates, low fees, and incredible service.
A better way to bank
Money is no small thing in life, and we're here to help you make the most of it. When you bank with us, we will proactively look to make your money work for you. If we can lower a payment you're making or help you reach your savings goals faster, we're here to better prepare you for the road ahead.
Oregonians Credit Union
Oregonians is not a big bank, not a lending shark, and not-for-profit.
Every dollar you invest in Oregonians is reinvested in you. Profits made are returned to you in the form of lower interest rates, lower fees, higher earnings on savings, and cash rewards.
We're a cooperative of individuals who live and work in the same communities as you. The operational decisions we make are based on you, not stockholders.
OWNED BY YOU
As an Oregonians member, you're a joint-owner of the credit union. You are the center of all that we do. Your vote always counts and your voice will always be heard.
Experience the Oregonians Difference
We offer many of the same banking products and services as big banks, like checking and savings accounts, mortgages and car loans; but we offer a better way to bank. If you're not receiving great service from your bank, we hope you'll vote with your feet and bank with us instead.
Here are some differences you can expect with our accounts
|Monthly service fees||What's a monthly service fee?||Over 60% of basic checking accounts offered at big banks assess a monthly service fee.|
|ATM fees||You get six free transactions at out-of-network ATMs each month, plus nationwide access to over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs.||Big banks charge an average $4.35 per ATM transaction.|
|Overdraft fees||You can avoid our $20 NSF fees with auto-transfers from your savings or by opening and Overdraft Line of Credit.||Big banks charge an average $32.74 every time you overdraft your account.|
|Minimum balance requirements||Not with us.||Many big banks offer "free" checking that is only free if you maintain a minimum balance or other requirements.|
|Poor customer service||Not on our watch.||Poor customer service is the primary reason customers switch banks.|
|Reaching a real person||When you call us during business hours, a real person answers the phone. We don't have a phone menu of options.||Many big banks have a laundry list of options you'll need to click through before you can reach a human being when you call them.|
*The statistics provided in the above chart came from this article on the Kiplinger website.
Don't take our word for it
Here's what Oregonians members have to say:
Prineville member"Oregonians in my opinion is probably one of the best banks to do business with. They have such an incredible supportive community team and staff! They make you feel welcome and always try to go out of the way to meet their clients needs to their best ability."
St. Johns member"Smart, funny and dog friendly, these people know how to please. Very helpful in getting the information needed for whatever banking being done at this credit union location. Nice low overdraft fees that don't make us feel robbed."
Beaverton member"Confidence and integrity are two of the qualities I expect from any financial management organization. That has been consistently offered by Oregonians along with highly efficient and friendly staff. I am proud to be a member of this credit union."
Gresham member"My wife and I love doing our business at Oregonians Credit Union. Friendly and fast atmosphere. They care about what matters most to you. Thanks again."
Excellent 4.6 Stars
Based on 350+ Google Reviews
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
- Jeff Coffman, Chairman
- Alicia Anderson, Vice Chair
- Paul Dawson, Secretary/Treasurer
- Jim McBride
- Brian Miller
- Marian Griffiths
- Trish Rolin
Your savings is federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government agency.