STORIED
STORIED

UMCU’s story begins with 12 faculty and staff members of the University of Michigan in 1954. Though we have grown substantially since then, UMCU’s Maize and Blue pride has never faded. We are proud to support and join in celebration of U-M’s Bicentennial.

HELPFUL
HELPFUL

Her career defines what it means to be the Leaders and the Best, and her work will help shape the future of collegiate athletics for generations to come. Click here to learn more about Carol's story.

FAMILY
FAMILY

When you sit down with Benjie and Bobby and ask them about how they met, you will probably get two slightly different versions of the same story. Click here to learn more about Benjie and Bobby's story.

ACHIEVE
ACHIEVE

A UMCU member since 1982, Christene shared with us that the credit union has helped her achieve her goals, as well as her dreams. Click here to learn more about Christene's story.

INNOVATION
INNOVATION

Shorya Awtar, Sc.D., is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, and UMCU member since 2006. Click here to learn about Shorya's story.

FREEDOM
FREEDOM

As an international student, it was difficult for him to acquire a car loan from a traditional bank. That's when Jan turned to UMCU. Click here to learn more about Jan's story.

PRIDE
PRIDE

In 1977, Kay Yourist wanted the opportunity to be a full time self-employed artist and achieve a goal of expanding her pottery studio into a retail location to make it more accessible to the local community. Click here to learn more about Kay's story.

HOME
HOME

Over the years UMCU has been located above a barber shop, in the University Personnel Department, in a two-teller office adjacent to a campus restaurant, in its own building on the north side of town, and in rented quarters in a strip mall. Today, we are located on Huron in the old Ann Arbor News headquarters, a building saturated with history itself.

ROOTS
ROOTS

Michael P Church, Assistant Director for Cultural Activities in the Extension Services of the University of Michigan. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS
ROOTS

Harold M. Dorr was a professor in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Michigan from 1936-1974. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS
ROOTS

Fred G. Walcott was a Professor of Education and English in the School of Education and College of Literature, Science and Arts at the University of Michigan. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS
ROOTS

Donald B. Gooch was a professor in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Michigan from 1936-1974. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS
ROOTS

Robert F. Haugh was a Professor of English at the University of Michigan where his scholarly and teaching interests focused on the modern novel. Click here to learn more about our founders.

STORIED
HELPFUL
FAMILY
ACHIEVE
INNOVATION
FREEDOM
PRIDE
HOME
ROOTS
ROOTS
ROOTS
ROOTS
ROOTS
STORIED

UMCU’s story begins with 12 faculty and staff members of the University of Michigan in 1954. Though we have grown substantially since then, UMCU’s Maize and Blue pride has never faded. We are proud to support and join in celebration of U-M’s Bicentennial.

HELPFUL

Her career defines what it means to be the Leaders and the Best, and her work will help shape the future of collegiate athletics for generations to come. Click here to learn more about Carol's story.

FAMILY

When you sit down with Benjie and Bobby and ask them about how they met, you will probably get two slightly different versions of the same story. Click here to learn more about Benjie and Bobby's story.

ACHIEVE

A UMCU member since 1982, Christene shared with us that the credit union has helped her achieve her goals, as well as her dreams. Click here to learn more about Christene's story.

INNOVATION

Shorya Awtar, Sc.D., is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan, and UMCU member since 2006. Click here to learn about Shorya's story.

FREEDOM

As an international student, it was difficult for him to acquire a car loan from a traditional bank. That's when Jan turned to UMCU. Click here to learn more about Jan's story.

PRIDE

In 1977, Kay Yourist wanted the opportunity to be a full time self-employed artist and achieve a goal of expanding her pottery studio into a retail location to make it more accessible to the local community. Click here to learn more about Kay's story.

HOME

Over the years UMCU has been located above a barber shop, in the University Personnel Department, in a two-teller office adjacent to a campus restaurant, in its own building on the north side of town, and in rented quarters in a strip mall. Today, we are located on Huron in the old Ann Arbor News headquarters, a building saturated with history itself.

ROOTS

Michael P Church, Assistant Director for Cultural Activities in the Extension Services of the University of Michigan. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS

Harold M. Dorr was a professor in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Michigan from 1936-1974. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS

Fred G. Walcott was a Professor of Education and English in the School of Education and College of Literature, Science and Arts at the University of Michigan. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS

Donald B. Gooch was a professor in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Michigan from 1936-1974. Click here to learn more about our founders.

ROOTS

Robert F. Haugh was a Professor of English at the University of Michigan where his scholarly and teaching interests focused on the modern novel. Click here to learn more about our founders.

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