Credit Union Membership Requirements

What you need to know about joining our credit union.

The biggest difference between banks and Cobalt Credit Union is that we work for you, not stockholders. We’re member-owned and focused on the best interests of our members. Because of our structure, we’re able to offer higher dividends, lower interest rates and fewer fees. Learn more about what you need to be a member below or click "become a member" to apply.

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Who can join Cobalt Credit Union?

If we didn’t already work here, we’d want to join Cobalt Credit Union, too. Good news: You probably can! Here are our credit union membership requirements:

You can join Cobalt Credit Union if:

 

  1. You or your immediate family member* are employed by or a retiree of SpartanNash
  2. You or your immediate family member* is already a member of Cobalt Credit Union
  3. You or your immediate family member* live, work, worship, attend school, or regularly do business in:
  • Cass County, NE
  • Dodge County, NE
  • Douglas County, NE
  • Sarpy County, NE
  • Saunders County, NE
  • Washington County, NE
  • Pottawattamie County, IA
  • Harrison County, IA
  • Mills County, IA
  • Shelby County, IA
  • Monona County, IA
  • Crawford County, IA
  • Carroll County, IA
  • Ida County, IA
  • Sac County, IA

 

Businesses and other entities qualify if they are located within any of the fifteen counties.

*Immediate family member is defined as spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, grandchild, stepparents, stepchildren, stepsiblings and adoptive relationships. For specific eligibility requirements contact a representative.

How to join Cobalt Credit Union

Open a Cobalt Credit Union Share Savings account with a minimum initial deposit of only $5 to establish yourself as a credit union member. Once you are a member, you can sign up for one of our checking accounts, opt-in to our member plus program, and apply for a credit card or loan.

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To learn more about the difference between banks and credit unions visit our blog

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