Welcome to MMCCU!

As a member-owned financial cooperative, we engage in consumer and residential real estate lending to members, using deposited funds of members to support the lending activities. For almost 55 years we have been member-owned and locally governed by our Board of Directors elected by members. Below is a video welcoming you to our credit union, helpful videos for online banking, and current updates.

Online Banking Videos

How To Enroll in Online Banking

How To Log Into Online Banking

How To Reset Your User Name or Password for Online Banking

Checking Account Videos

Which Checking Account Is Right For You?

Digital Tools Videos

MMCCU SecurLOCK. Help Secure Your Card

Benefits of Using Digital Wallet

Loan Videos

Career Builder Vehicle Loan for Recent Graduates

Vehicle Loans

What To Know When Buying Your First House

Member News

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What is a Credit Union Member?

What it Means to be a Member Credit unions are unique because they are member-owned (instead of being owned by a stockholder), but what does it mean to be a member? A member is simply someone that has deposited money in a credit union. Anyone who does this is then an owner-member. This makes you...
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Carol Adler and David Murphy at MMCCU

Young Credit Union Presidents Reveal Importance of Experience Vs. Age

This May, Marshfield Medical Center Credit Union (MMCCU) will welcome VP of Finance & Risk David Murphy into his new role as President. Murphy will take the lead position at a relatively young 35 years-old, but he won’t be the first young professional to assume the lead role. Retiring President Carol Adler began in her...
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Happy National Nurse’s Week!

National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. As a credit union dedicated to serving health care workers and their families, we want to take this opportunity to thank all of our members who serve as nurses! Learn more about membership here. Background of National Nurse’s...
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