Credit unions are for everyone, but the law places some limits on the people they may serve. A credit union's charter defines its "field of membership," which could be an employer, church, school, community, or a combination of these.
Randolph-Brooks has a combination charter that allows people to join if they work for specific employers, live in a certain geographical area of town, or attend school in one of our affiliated school districts. We also provide membership to families of current members. There are more than 1,800 ways to qualify for membership at Randolph-Brooks.