- Mission & Vision
- Our History
- Board of Directors
As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, JSC Federal Credit Union is committed to our members. We take pride in supporting our members through all the stages and needs of their financial life. We provide low cost products and services to the diverse economic and social make-up of our members and potential members. We continue to pursue ways to better serve the underserved.
The JSC Federal Credit Union's strategic plan includes an effort to enable our members to become financially self-sufficient and successful. We will place high importance on consumer education and the teaching of financial thrift.
To maximize member satisfaction and financial stability
JSC Federal Credit Union is the preferred Financial Services Provider for present and future members.
JSC Federal Credit Union (JSC FCU) is proud to meet the financial needs of the people living in the communities we serve. As a member-owned not for profit financial institution we are committed to enabling our members to become financially self-sufficient and successful. From its humble beginnings 55+ years ago, JSC FCU has grown to serve 124,000+ members and 2,000+ Community Business Partners (CBPs) throughout the Greater Houston Bay Area.
JSC Federal Credit Union (JSC FCU) began operations December 27, 1961 as MSC Federal Credit Union, working out of a small office in the Farnsworth Chambers Building. Later, the office moved to Building Two (on the current JSC Clear Lake site), then to Building Eleven. JSC FCU was originally chartered to serve employees of Johnson Space Center in Houston. In 1975, JSC FCU moved into its current Main Office location at 1330 Gemini in the Clear Lake area of Houston. The Main Office underwent major renovations in 1987, 2001 and again in 2016.
In April 1993, a second branch opened in League City; followed by additional branch offices in Ellington (June 1993) and Friendswood (May 1996). JSC FCU expanded onto Galveston Island after absorbing Galveston Industries FCU in October 2000. JSC FCU gained 2 Texas City branches with the merger of Texas Star FCU in November 2002. Expansion continued with the February 2004 merger with GTX FCU in Pasadena, and then with the opening of a new branch in Dickinson in November 2005. JSC FCU's growth continued with the May 2007 opening of a branch in Pearland, the July 2007 opening of a branch in Seabrook, and the August 2007 opening of a second location in League City. The December 2007 merger with Monument Area Federal Credit Union in Deer Park increased our presence in East Harris County. JSC FCU's growth continued in June 2008 with the opening two more branches - a second Deer Park branch office and a La Porte branch office. In February 2009, JSC FCU opened its very first High School Branch in Clear Springs High School, CCISD. A second High School Branch in the CCISD Clear Falls Education Village opened in September 2011. Both of these branches are student run and offers many ways of teaching financial literacy to students. Two new interactive concept branch were opened on Clear Lake City Blvd In December 2012 and Pearland Parkway in April 2013. JSC FCU's growth continued in with the opening of the first Pasadena Branch location with the merger of Texas Champions Credit Union in 2014. An additional branch in Friendswood and one in Alvin are expected to open at end of 2017.
From its humble beginnings 55+ years ago, JSC FCU has grown to serve 124,000+ members and 2,000+ Community Business Partners (CBPs) throughout the Greater Houston Bay Area. JSC FCU offers a full array of financial products and services. We stand to continue the tradition of member service excellence for many years to come.<
JSC FCU is committed to serve you and your family's financial needs now and in the future. With our wide range of services and friendly staff, you'll soon discover why we are one of the largest and oldest credit unions in the Houston area.
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Board of Directors
David Whittle, Chairman
Curtis C. Collins, Vice-Chairman
James H. Ragan, Treasurer
Deborah A. Conder, Secretary
John J. Thiel
Peggy A. Zahler
Jose Olivarez, Supervisory Committee Chairman