2018-2019 Scholarships

Mill City Credit Union is proud to support student-members seeking higher education with the opportunity to apply for one of seven scholarships awarding a total of $10,000. Deadline is March 18, 2018.


Super Sale for Everyday Heroes

Everyday heroes deserve extraordinary savings! But not every hero wears a cape. Let your money power soar with our annual Super Sale! As low as 6.90% APR* on personal loans up to $75,000.


Gift idea for that special kid in your life

This holiday season, give the gift of a great financial start. Open a savings account with as little as $5. Or earn higher dividends with a youth certificate for as little as $200.


Bill Pay, eBills + Popmoney Sweepstakes

Paying bills electronically can be rewarding – especially this holiday season! Between now and December 31, you’ll have the opportunity to make a positive impact and win big.


Financial Wellness Webinars – December, January and February

With our partner, BALANCE, we’re excited to offer a monthly series of webinars. December’s topic is “First-Time Homebuyer”, January’s topic is “Getting out of Debt” and February’s topic is “Federal vs Private Student Loans”. Check out the Webinars + Seminars calendar for dates and times.


Complimentary Financial Review

For more than 80 years members have trusted Mill City Credit Union to keep their finances in order. Let us continue to help you budget, borrow, invest, and simply get through unexpected life events with the right help at the right time. Sign up for a FREE financial review designed just for you!

Making the Greater Good Even Greater

We believe in lending a hand and giving back to the local non-profit charities and small businesses that help build our community – organizations that make a great community even greater.

The latest News from Mill City CU

Mill City Blog

How to Protect Your Credit Post-Breach

The Equifax data breach, now infamous in both the headlines and the minds of many consumers, originally cited 143 million as the number of those potentially affected. In the breach, sensitive information like names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and addresses were stolen. Now, Equifax is now saying that 2.5 million more U.S. consumers may have been impacted — bringing the total to a whopping 145.5 million people.

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The Start

So you’ve just landed your first real job. Congrats! Now, once you’ve finished decorating your cubicle, it’s time to get serious about saving. Below are some steps that will get you headed in the right direction.

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