Due to scheduled system maintenance, Online Banking, Mobile Banking, and Telephone Banking will be unavailable on Sunday, August 14 from 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

If you have been impacted by Hurricane Ian, we are here to help. Contact us at 800.880.5328 for more information.

Calculate Your Account Growth

These special accounts offer a steady and predictable way to save. See what yours could do for you!

Grow Your Money with Kirtland CU

Insured Money Management Accounts (IMMAs) offer a higher yield than a traditional savings account and could help you meet your goals faster. Seeing is believing – calculate your potential return now.

Once you’ve generated the estimate, click Save or Apply Now to send us your information. A member representative with Kirtland CU will follow up to answer any questions or get your application started.

Save smarter, not harder with an IMMA.

Get Started

Three easy ways to open your account.

Click

Open your account online when it works for you—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call

Give us a call, and a member service representative will help you get started.

CALL 1-800-880-5328

Visit

Stop by any of our convenient branches to open your account.

Membership eligibility required. Your deposit accounts are federally insured to at least $250,000 by the NCUA. Youth Savings accounts are valid through the age of 17. A Main Share (savings account) or Youth Savings account is required for membership at Kirtland CU with a $25 minimum balance and must be established before any other account may be opened. Account triggered fees and charges that may be assessed against your account are disclosed in the fee schedule. For complete details, refer to the Truth-In-Savings Disclosure. Any generated estimate using this calculator does not constitute an agreement or guarantee of any rate or loan amount.

Make Road-Trip Memories

Get a new set of wheels at Rich Ford. Now through August 31, Rich Ford will give you $500 off.

Kirtland CU branches and the Member Contact Center will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day.