Share Accounts

The share account is the primary savings account. Dividends are paid and compounded monthly on the average daily account balance. Rates may vary depending upon the average daily account balance. Minimum initial deposit required is $25.

Secondary Savings

Need a separate savings account? For example, you might want to save for something special, keeping the funds separate from your primary savings account. Whether you are saving for tuition, down payment on a house, a big-ticket item, you can open, up to 4 secondary savings accounts for just that purpose. And you can call it whatever you want.

Campus Kids Club

Campus Kids Club is a savings club for kids. When a child opens an account, they will receive a goodie bag with a piggy bank and a few other extraordinary gifts. Plus, anytime they bring in money to deposit, they can choose a prize from our treasure chest of prizes.

Christmas/Vacation Club

Christmas Club is designed to help members save money for Christmas. Vacation Club savings plan helps members save money for a vacation. They are separate accounts that allow no withdrawals and require a minimum balance of $5. Dividends are based on the average daily account balance. A check for the account balance is mailed to the member November 1 for Christmas Club and May 1 for Vacation Club.

Share Certificates

Share Certificates, also known as CD’s, are savings plans designed to earn higher dividend rates. Certificates are issued for a fixed amount of money, time, and dividend rate. Rates are competitive and compounded quarterly. There are penalties for early withdrawal. Minimum deposit required is $500 and terms are available for 6, 12, 18, 24, 36 and 48 months.

To Open a new account

Stop in at our branch on Wichita State University’s campus or our 21st Branch located at 4960 E  21st St N, Suite 102, Wichita, KS and talk with a Member Service Representative. Do not forget to bring your driver’s license or state issued ID and Social Security Card, along with your $25.00 for the initial deposit.