Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union serves the high-tech and professional communities in Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA. There are many ways to become a member (see list below).
In 1948, 15 employees of Sandia National Laboratories saw the need for a credit union in Albuquerque. Since then, Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union has been dedicated to offering high value and outstanding personal service. Today, SLFCU has 13 branches in New Mexico and California’s Bay Area, more than 131,000 members, and more than $3.1 billion in assets.
As a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative that exists solely to serve its members, SLFCU offers competitive rates on certificates, credit cards, home loans and auto loans, and savings and checking accounts. We don’t focus on making profits and paying stockholders. Instead, we use earnings to lower loan rates, raise savings rates, and reduce fees. SLFCU offers the mortgages, consumer loans, and secure deposit accounts you need for financial success. Members have access to more than 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs and 5,000 shared branching locations nationwide, online and mobile banking with mobile deposit, and free financial education seminars.
Credit Unions all share the same philosophy: people helping people. We pride ourselves on serving members, not only as a financial institution, but also through financial education, community, and charitable causes.
Voted Best Credit Union in New Mexico by Forbes. Federally insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Lender.
Who Can Join SLFCU?
- Current and retired employees of partner companies and their family and household members. Call us at 505.293.0500 or 800.947.5328 or visit any branch to check if your employer is one of our partner companies.
- Family and household members of current members.
- Current members of associations, as stated in the list of partner companies.
- Members of the American Consumer Council who are also residents in the following five states: NM, CA, AZ, TX, CO (ask us about becoming a member or visit americanconsumercouncil.org for more information).
- Anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Valencia County, NM.
Individuals in Edgewood, NM and surrounding areas who either receive their electric power from Central NM Electric Coop (CNMEC) or who receive water from Entranosa Water Association (EWWA).
- Members of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History (ask us about joining the museum or visit nuclearmuseum.org for more information).
- Members of the Albuquerque International Association (ask us about becoming a member or visit abqinternational.org for more information).
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