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Experience MORE....

Experience more everything. More service. More value. More solutions to your financial needs. That’s what we're here for. Actually, it’s the only reason we're here. We're interested in what’s going on with you above all else, and our employees are empowered to help you get where you are going, wherever that financial highway takes you. We want you to feel how much we truly care about you. At the end of every interaction we have with you, our goal is that little nod and smile that you can’t fight off when you experience something unexpected. That’s the CUTX way.

What's in It for You:
We’ve got over 80 years under our belt working for you. And just like our members since 1931, you still own the joint!
Everything from checking accounts with IDProtect® to any type of loan you could think of, we’ve got you covered. We even offer unique auto solutions, insurance products, investment services, and access to over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs.
We offer competitive rates on your deposits and your loans; we’ve got what you’re looking for.
You deserve the best, so that’s what we have to be. We're committed to the success of our employees and provide, a fun, positive work environment. From training to benefits, we take care of our own. Want to join the team? Click here to get started.
From Online Banking to our free mobile app, we keep up with the tech just as fast as it changes. We watch out for the bad guys, too. They won’t catch us sleeping.
We donate our time, money, and resources to worthy local charities. We support educational efforts by supporting teachers and offer scholarships for student members.

Our History

In 1931, a small group of Dallas teachers applied for a credit union charter. In the beginning, CUTX's assets totaled only $65! CUTX now ranks in the top 100 credit unions in the country in asset size. We serve over 120,000 members in all 50 states.

The responsibility for the successful operation of CUTX is vested in a volunteer Board of Directors elected from the membership each year at CUTX's Annual Meeting. CUTX is owned by its members, and operated in accordance with the laws governing credit unions in the State of Texas. As a member, your deposits are federally insured by the You are leaving the CUTX Website and going to a third party site. That site may have a privacy policy different from CUTX and may provide less security than this CUTX site. CUTX and its affiliates are not responsible for the products, services, and content on the third party website. Link to National Credit Union Administration National Credit Union Administration, a United States government agency.

Community Giving

We're committed to actively sponsoring events and causes that enhance the quality of life for our community. From volunteerism, to community sponsorships and financial education, we strive to make a difference every day. Our staff, members and volunteers have proudly donated time and money to Children’s Miracle Network, American Red Cross, Project Bundle Up, Dallas Retired Teachers Association, American Cancer Society, DFW Humane Society, and North Texas Food Bank, just to name a few. We also support education in a big way — awarding scholarships to members each year and supporting local schools through our adopt-a-school program.

Board of Directors

Ada Williams, Chairman - Retired Director - Employee Organizations, Dallas ISD

Jerry D. Christian, Vice Chairman - Retired Asst. Superintendent of Personnel & Administration, Irving ISD

Márelou Cisneros, Secretary - Retired Director of Special Programs - Student, Family & Community Service Division, Carrollton/Farmers Branch ISD

Troy Mathieu, Treasurer - Director of Athletics for Grand Prairie Independent School District

Anthony U. Barber - Senior Director, Sales Support - PepsiCo

Randall Chaddick - Retired Assistant Principal - Jasper High School, Plano ISD

Kathy Higgins - Retired Principal, Forestridge Elementary School, Richardson ISD

Chris Walton- Vice President, Product Management, RealPage

Chris White - Executive Director, Sales & Ordering for Verizon IT – Information Technology

Kmeal Winters - Independent Consultant

Janie Worst - Retired – (Educator, Carrollton/Farmers Branch Independent School District); Educational Consultant

Financial Statements and Policies

Upon request, a member is entitled to review or receive a copy of the most recent version of the following credit union documents: Balance sheet and income statement; a summary of the most recent annual audit; written board policy regarding access to the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules, guidelines, board policies, and copies thereof; and Internal Revenue Service Form 990. Depending upon the document involved, there may be a charge for copying.

Click here for a current copy of our Annual Report.


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