Posts Categorized: News

Top 5 List! Attention Members with Multiple Personal Online Banking Usernames

News, Upgrade 2016

Steps to take before Friday, 5/27!  Jot down for reference after Memorial Day weekend: Any one-time or recurring Personal Online Banking Pay People with PopMoney payments and External Transfers scheduled for after May 27. Any Scheduled Transfers (to other CCU accounts) set up in Personal Online Banking. Any special notes to help you remember how…

Columbia CU awards $10,000 grant to Innovative Services NW for mobile technology

Community, News

Whether it’s a credit union or community program, the successful operation of any organization depends on mobile technology and information access. To help support their success, Columbia Credit Union recently awarded Innovative Services NW a $10,000 grant for their Mobile Technology Project. This covers the cost of eight laptops that will be used to provide…

Shop and honor local heroes during ‘Heroes Night’ at Costco

Community, News

Our local heroes come from many different service areas. They are military personnel, veterans, police, firefighters, EMTs, sheriffs, K-9 police service dogs and more. What these men, women and canines all have in common is their dedication to protecting our community and county. They are also being honored at “Heroes Night.” You can show your…

Annual Meeting Election Results

Community, News

Three Board members and two Supervisory Committee members were elected at Columbia Credit Union’s 64th Annual Meeting held on May 3, 2016 at the Artillery Barracks in Vancouver. The elected officials will serve three-year terms until the 2019 Annual Meeting. Roy Johnson, Alisha Topper, and Lynn Valenter were elected to the Board of Directors and…

Remodeling? Talk to the experts!

Community, Financial Education Tips, News

Going through a home remodel can be one of the most exciting times of your life. It’s important to be well prepared – know what you want the project outcome to be, and find out what you can accomplish with your budget. The best way to get this information is by talking to the remodeling…

Columbia Credit Union awards three $1,000 scholarships to Vancouver high school seniors

Community, News

Columbia Credit Union recently awarded three $1,000 college scholarships to outstanding Vancouver-area high school seniors who are also Boys & Girls Club members. Columbia Credit Union Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer Bill Fulk, who serves as president of the board of directors for Boys & Girls Clubs of SW Washington, presented the scholarships during…

Voted the Best of Clark County eight years in a row.

Community, News

Great news! The results of the Columbian newspaper’s Best of Clark County 2016 reader poll are in. Columbia Credit Union was honored as the best in two categories this year: Credit Unions and Financial Services. This is the eighth consecutive year we have been recognized, and we now have a total of 10 Best of…

Columbia Credit Union welcomes Tiffany McGuire as Vice President of Branch Services


Columbia Credit Union is proud to welcome Tiffany McGuire as vice president of Branch Services effective Feb. 25, 2016. In this position, McGuire will provide vision and leadership for the strategic development and management of the credit union’s branch system. She will be responsible for attaining maximum branch productivity, service benchmarks, sales goals and member…

Fourth Plain Forward Action Plan Receives National Award

Community, News

Let’s give a big round of applause! The City of Vancouver’s Fourth Plain Forward Action Plan is being honored by the American Institute of Certified Planners with a Student Project Award. The project was completed by a team of six hard-working graduate students from Portland State University’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning Program. For the Fourth…

Columbia Credit Union 2016 Annual Meeting


Celebrate our Annual Meeting – May 3, 2016. You are invited to attend the Annual Meeting at The Artillery Barracks, 600 Hathaway Rd., Vancouver, Washington. Registration starts at 6 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7 p.m.