Who Is Eligible to Become a SECU Member?


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Qualifying individuals who can become members of the State Employees' Credit Union include state of North Carolina employees, state employment or public school system retirees, and public school employees, according to the official website. Civil defense, social services, mental health or health county department employees are also eligible.

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North Carolina National Guard members, present members' immediate family and people who share a single economic unit with existing members are also eligible to become members of the State Employees' Credit Union, states its website. Qualifying individuals should open a share account and deposit at least $25 to join the union. They should fill out and send the State Employees' Credit Union membership information form available on the official website to a local branch or the union's contact center.

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