Tigers Community Credit Union was founded in 1984 as “Missouri Student Federal Credit Union” by a group of students as the first financial institution on the University of Missouri–Columbia campus. Since then, Tigers Community has remained a not-for-profit financial organization dedicated to serving the needs of students, alumni, faculty and staff at MU, Stephens College, Columbia College and anyone who lives or works in Boone County, St. Charles County and St. Louis County.
We embarked on a partnership with West Community Credit Union in 2006 where our headquarters is located in O’Fallon, MO. With this addition, we have six St. Louis-area branches in O'Fallon, Brentwood, Kirkwood, Lake St. Louis, Florissant and downtown St. Louis.
Our sound policies and investment practices have helped keep Tigers Community strong even in times of crisis for other financial institutions. Our service offering and technological capabilities continue to grow, thereby providing members with more convenient ways to access and manage their accounts.
We are a financial cooperative with a volunteer Board of Directors. The officers and Directors who serve on the Board volunteer their time and expertise to establish policies and strategies that will help our financial cooperative grow.
An election is held annually for open positions in which members over 18 years of age can vote. Any member can volunteer to run for the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Committee, or a board committee.
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING BOARD NOMINATIONS
Board members serve on a voluntary basis and are elected by credit union members. Interested candidates should send a resume to the "Nominating Committee" at our O'Fallon location no later than January 31, 2020.
What We Are
We’re a not-for-profit financial cooperative. And, because we are member-owned, we can generally offer better loan and savings rates and fewer fees. All members have an equal share in the organization.
Who Can Join
Accounts are federally insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), with an additional $250,000 in private insurance from Excess Share Insurance (ESI).