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This year, IU Credit Union offered ten $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Scholarships were offered to students at Bloomington North, Bloomington South, Center Grove, Eastern Greene, Edgewood, Greenwood, The Academy of Science & Entrepreneurship, Owen Valley and two at-large high schools or home school. Eight scholarships were awarded. No applications were received from Greenwood or Center Grove High School. Congratulations to the winners!
Bloomington High School North
Owen Valley High School
Argos High School
Interlochen Arts Academy
Eastern Greene High School
Edgewood High School
Bloomington High School South
The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship
All branches of the IU Credit Union will be closed Monday, September 2nd in observance of Labor Day.
Remember that your debit card, Online Banking and Mobile Banking are available 24/7. Plus you have surcharge-free access to your account at thousands of ATMs nationwide in the CO-OP and Alliance One ATM networks.
Are you having trouble saving enough money for a down payment on a home? We are proud to offer the low down payment mortgage option that could be the key to your dream of home ownership! Apply online today.
IU Credit Union President & CEO, Bryan Price, held a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the organization's future Operations Center, located at 4201 East Hagan Street. The ceremony ended with architect, Eric Rowland, IU Credit Union Board Chair, Bradley Heim, and builder Ryan Strauser turning the soil, marking the beginning of the building process.
The new Operations Center will host the Credit Union's Member Service Support department, which includes the Contact Center and Account and Card Service teams, as well as the Information Technology department, and will allow for future growth within the organization.
As many homebuyers prefer move-in ready properties, an attractive exterior could be the key to selling your home. Even if you're not looking to sell right away, it's a good idea to keep the exterior of your home in decent condition in case you ever do decide to sell. Completing these projects will add value to the exterior of your home without emptying your wallet.
Spruce Up Your Landscaping
First and foremost, keeping your lawn trimmed will maintain a polished appearance, boosting your home's curb appeal. Beyond the basic manicured lawn, plants and flowers can also draw positive attention to your home. Consider adding a flower bed, garden, or potted plant to your outdoor space.
Update The Exterior Elements
The physical structure of your home should be visually appealing. Rent a power washer and clean any dirt, debris, or mold off the siding. If applicable, a fresh coat of paint will make your home look new again.
The exterior doors are a focal point that are often forgotten. A new front door can be an inexpensive way to upgrade the façade of your home.
Add Outdoor Entertainment
While a pool, hot tub or fire pit probably aren't on the average homebuyer's "must-have" list, these items and other forms of outdoor entertainment are an added bonus that could be enough to make potential buyers fall in love with your home.
If you really want to impress buyers looking for exterior amenities, consider installing an outdoor kitchen and/or bathroom. Although not as glamorous as a pool, these elements will add convenience and functionality to your home's outdoor space.
If you need help financing your home improvement projects, the lending experts at IU Credit Union are here to help! Stop by a branch or apply online today.
IU Credit Union is proud to donate $10,000 to help the Hoosier Hills Food Bank purchase a refrigerated box truck to replace Jumbo, the dean of their fleet. We have previously assisted in the fundraising campaign through our sponsorship of the organization’s 2019 Soup Bowl Benefit.
Summer in Bloomington is here! That means warm days, cool nights, and the best free concert series of the year from jazz musicians from around Indiana: WFIU And Jacobs School of Music are proud to present the 2019 return of Jazz in July. Four free, family-friendly concerts will be held every Friday in July at 7pm, in the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater on the Indiana University campus. For more information, visit: wfiu.org/jazzinjuly. IU Credit Union Investment Services is a proud sponsor of Jazz in July.
IU Credit Union will be at the Johnson County Fair, running from Sunday, July 14th through Saturday, July 20th. Chat with Credit Union employees and see what "fair" deals we can offer you!
Shopping for a new car can be complicated — but it doesn't have to be that way. With a bit of research and some time spent determining what's important to you, you can make a choice you'll be happy with for years to come. To help you out, we've created a list of key features you might want to consider in your new car, as well as a list of features you can skip.
Must-have safety features
Features you can skip
Before you start shopping, call, click, or stop by IU Credit Union to hear all about our auto loans. We have fantastic rates to get you behind your new set of wheels!
Summer has arrived and you may be thinking about ways to enjoy the great outdoors. If the Indianapolis Zoo comes to mind, be sure to check out the discount ticket prices that are available to IU Credit Union members! It's easy with our customized discount page. Enjoy flexibility and great prices!
Discounted tickets from July 1 - October 27 are as follows:
Child (2-12): $9
Enjoy live music Fridays in July from 5:30 to 8:30 PM.
The IU Credit Union is a sponsor of the 5th annual Bloomington Blues & Boogie Woogie Piano Festival, August 10 - 12 featuring acclaimed musicians and dancers, food, beverages and more! Their mission is to present piano players in ticketed and free performances and to present free educational programs, so that young people and young pianists are exposed to world-class artists in Bloomington, Indiana.
Information about the festival and tickets is available at bloomingtonboogies.com.
Synthfest USA is coming to the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre, Saturday, August 24th. Sponsored in part by IU Credit Union, Synthfest USA features three unique electronic/synthesizer artists in a music and multimedia extravaganza. For more information visit www.synthfestusa.com.