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The Kansas Credit Union Association (KCUA) is the trade association for credit unions in Kansas, serving more than 625,000 Kansas consumers.
Established in 1934, the Association’s mission remains the same – to assist member credit unions in meeting the needs of their members and potential members to further the success of the credit union movement.
Our strategies center on this mission:
- to unify the credit union movement,
- provide operational assistance to credit unions,
- promote growth and
- advocate on behalf of the membership.
More about the Kansas Credit Union Association
Mission, Leadership, City and State affiliations.
KCUA 2013 Annual Report (pdf)
2013 Full Audit Report (pdf)
KCUA Historical Timeline
From 1934 to the present.
Staff contact information for both our Wichita and Topeka offices.
See what KCUA has been up to.
KCUA Media Coverage
TV segments, articles, interviews.
KCUA Community Involvement
Credit unions philosophy is "people helping people." See how credit unions are supporting their own communities.
The Credit Union Difference
A credit union is a cooperative financial institution, owned and controlled by those who deposit their money in the credit union. As credit unions are not-for-profit, they exist solely to help their members achieve their financial dreams, providing low rates on loans and higher rates on investments accounts.
Kansas Credit Union Statistics
Kansas is home to 96 credit unions with more than $5 billion in assets.
Kansas Credit Unions in the News
Media coverage of our credit unions.