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Not just anyone can join a credit union. The CU philosophy of "people helping people” is based on a community of peers. Your eligibility can be gained through your employer or a family member, as described below.

Who Can Join

Our field of membership includes employees of the following organizations:

  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing (work in and paid and supervised from D.C.)
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing (work in Texas and paid from D.C.)
  • U.S. Treasury Department (work in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Main or Annex Buildings or in the Liberty Loan Building in D.C.)
  • Army Times Publishing Company or its wholly owned subsidiaries
  • Environmental Protection Agency (with no local Environmental Protection Agency Federal Credit Union available to them)
  • Catholic University of America and Trinity College (students & faculty who work in D.C.)
  • American University (students & faculty who work in D.C.)
  • Contractors with this credit union or any of the above organizations
  • U.S. Public Health Service Health Unit (work in the buildings operated by the above employers)
  • National Retired Teachers Association or the NRTA-AARP Administrative Fund (work in D.C.)
  • Bureau of Homes, NRTA (Gray Gables) or the NRTA and AARP Nursing Home (Acacias) in Ojai, California
  • Retired Persons Services, Inc. (work in Alexandria, VA)
  • American Association of Retired Persons (work in or supervised or paid from D.C. or California)
  • The Washington Times (work in or are supervised from D.C.)
  • Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation (work in D.C.)
  • United States Catholic Conference (work in or paid from D.C. or New York City)
  • Associated Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, Inc. (work in or paid from D.C.)
  • This credit union
  • Regular members of the Graphic Communications International Union, Locals 285, 144-B, 42 B, 72 or 449 in D.C., who qualify in accordance with its constitution and bylaws as of January 1988, and employees of these Locals
  • Others who work at the same facilities and for the same employers as the above union members and are under labor-management contracts (if not eligible for another labor or occupational credit union in the D.C. area)

Others who are eligible:

  • Spouses of persons who died while within our field of membership
  • Persons retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employers
  • Immediate family members of current EPFCU members
  • Full-time students and alumni of the above college and universities and organizations of such persons

How to Join

  1. Completed application
  2. Copy of Valid Photo ID
  3. $10 Membership Share Deposit
Bring to any branch or mail to:
EP Federal Credit Union
P.O. Box 23393
Washington, DC 20026

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Once a Member, Always a Member

Once you join the credit union, you'll remain a member as long as you maintain your account, even if you leave our field of membership. Your family members will still be eligible to join as well. So it's a good idea to keep your account in good standing. Credit union membership is a valuable resource for you and your family!