You Are More Than a Customer, You Are a Member-Owner


Becoming a member of HUDFCU will help you save time, save money, learn better financial skills, and experience the sense of community that comes with being part of a cooperative. We offer the same variety of products and services as a bank, with the added value of being focused on your best interest! Follow the steps below to become a member!

Step 1: Ensure Eligibility

In order to become a HUDFCU member, you must be one of the following:

An employee of The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or HUD affiliates
An employee of a company in our Select Employee Groups
  • Allied Maintenance Corporation
  • Asbestos Management, Inc.
  • Colbert and Associates, Inc.
  • Colonial Parking
  • Computer Based Systems, Inc.
  • Credit Union Mortgage Association
  • Eastern Services Inc.
  • Edgewood Management Corporation
  • Evaluation Technologies
  • Forehand’s World Services, Inc.
  • Gilbert Security Services
  • Grand Hyatt Hotels
  • Greenwood’s Transfers & Storage Co.
  • Guest Services, Inc.
  • HFCU Employees
  • HUD child Development Center, Inc.
  • Hyatt Regency Crystal City
  • Hyatt Regency Washington (Non Union Employees)
  • L’Enfant Plaza Properties, Inc.
  • Law Offices of Statland & Buckley, P.C.
  • Loan America Mortgage Corp
  • McClure Lundberg Associates
  • Mortgage Bankers Association
  • My Sisters Place
  • Nation’s Capitol Archives & Storage Systems, Inc.
  • National Labor Relations Board, Philadelphia
  • Park Hyatt
  • Project on Military Procurement
  • Radisson Mark Plaza Hotel
  • Resources, Application, Design & Controls, Inc.
  • Safeguard Maintenance Corporation
  • Small Business Administration, Bala CYNWYD
  • Star Temps DC, Inc.
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Urban Café
  • Willard Inter-Continental Hotel
A family member of a current HUDFCU member or eligible HUDFCU member

Family & Household – Family members include: spouse, children, brothers, sisters, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, and grandchildren. For purposes of this definition, stepchildren, step siblings, and adopted children are also considered to be family members. Spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this Credit Union are also considered. Household members consist of those individuals living in the same residence and who maintain a single economic unit. This definition intends to embrace any person who is a permanent member of and participates in the maintenance of the household. Domestic partners and anyone who lives in the household and can demonstrate a degree of permanency are considered to be household members.

Step 2: Apply for Membership

The easiest way to apply for membership is using the online application used below. You may also visit our branch to apply in person. If you have any questions or issues, please do not hesitate to contact us. You must open at least a Regular Share Savings account, but you are encouraged to open at least a checking account as well.

Step 3: Provide Verifying Documentation

We'll need the following documentation from you in order to open your account:

  • Proof of identity (e.g. a clear copy of an unexpired Government issued ID)
  • Proof of eligibility (e.g. recent pay stub)
  • Proof of address if your ID does not display your current address (e.g. a recent utility bill or credit card statement)

Step 4: Fund the Account

You must fund your Regular Share Savings account with at least $5. This represents your "ownership" in the credit union.

  • Deposit a check or cash in the branch
  • Deposit a check via our mobile application using remote deposit capture
  • Wire money into your account
  • Setup a Direct Deposit with HUD or your employer
  • Send money from your old bank account via ACH (electronic transfer)