History

 

1949
Eleven VA Hospital employees each pay $5.25 to form a credit union. In a little over a year, assets grow to nearly $25,000.

   
     
   

1952
Nashville VA Credit Union changes its name to US Courthouse Credit Union.  All federal employees living or headquartered in Davidson County become eligible for membership.

     

1955
Assets exceed $1 million and USCCU becomes the first credit union in Tennessee to own its own building.

   
     
   

1969
The times are turbulent, but USCCU members are secure with over $4.3 million in shares and $4 million in loans.

     

1976
More and more people enjoy the unique benefits of a credit union as the number of members swells to more than 13,000.

   
     
   

1984
Personal, new and used cars, home equity, share secured, and boat loans total more than $33 million – members know they get the best value on a USCCU loan.

     

1997
USCCU now offers checking accounts, IRAs, home equity lines of credit, and buys its first ATM – USCCU continually looks for new and better ways to serve the members.

   
     
   

2004
USCCU welcomes the city employees of Nashville with the merger of Metro Employees Credit Union. USCCU gets its first branch with a drive-thru.

     

2005
US Courthouse changes its name to US Community Credit Union to reflect its new community-based field of membership. We are now open to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Davidson, Rutherford, or Wilson Counties.

   
     
   

2007
USCCU opens a new branch Mt. Juliet to better serve the residents of Wilson County. Hello people of Mt. Juliet.

     

2011
USCCU expands the field of membership again. We are now proud to also serve Sumner and Williamson Counties.

   
   

2011
USCCU opens a branch in Lebanon to expand services in Wilson County. USCCU opens its first student run branch at McGavock High School.

     

2012
USCCU expands the Metro branch to better serve the members within Downtown Nashville. The expansion doubles the size of the branch, while increasing its drive thru abilities.

   
     
    2015
USCCU opens its second student run branch at Hillsboro High School.
     
PRESENT
USCCU is continuing to grow in the communities we serve and proud to provide such great service to our members.