Become an RBFCU Member

Save Time, Save Money, Earn Money with a credit union membership

Becoming a member is the first step to taking advantage of the benefits RBFCU provides. There are more than 3,000 ways to qualify for membership and become part of the credit union, including where you live, work, worship or attend school.

Joining online is quick and easy! You can also open an account at any local branch.

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Why should I join a credit union?

Consider membership with RBFCU if ... 

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You like saving money

According to a recent survey by Credit Union National Association (CUNA), RBFCU households receive an average of $319 annually in direct financial benefits1 compared to those that use other financial institutions.

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You want great loan rates

Credit unions like RBFCU provide a wide variety of options when it comes to lending, including low-rate auto loans, mortgage loans, credit cards and business loans.

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You want convenient access

With more than 55 branch locations across Texas, and convenient online and mobile account access, you can take advantage of your RBFCU membership anytime, anywhere.

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“I opened my RBFCU account while I was a student in San Marcos. Three car loans and a mortgage later, RBFCU is still the best. I’m a member for life!”


  • How do I qualify for membership with RBFCU?

    There are several ways to qualify for membership with RBFCU. Common ways to qualify for membership include your employer, place of worship, community organization, neighborhood or school. You may also qualify through immediate family members who are part of the credit union (spouse, children, parents, siblings, stepchildren, adopted relatives, etc.). You can complete a short online application to see if you qualify for membership.

    If you are unable to qualify through any of the options listed above, you may contact us and our member service specialists can help you determine if there are additional opportunities to qualify.

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1Data according to CUNA Datatrac 12-month reporting period ending 2017.