Membership Eligibility.
See How You Qualify.


Each credit union serves a field of membership, which is the common bond between all members. Affinity Plus serves a broad range of people, and we’re able to offer membership to those who meet any of the ways below.

See if you qualify through one of the following criteria:

 

Where you're employed or volunteer

If you are an employee or volunteer of any of these organizations:

  • State of Minnesota
  • University of Minnesota Twin Cities
  • A Preferred Partner company
  • Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union
  • Any organization that receives funding from the State of Minnesota (including, but not limited to, most schools, community colleges, private and public universities, nursing homes and hospitals, counties, cities, and nonprofit groups)

 

Where you go to school, or where you graduated from

If you’re a student or alumnus of the following schools:

  • Any Minnesota State college and university
    • MN State community colleges
    • MN State technical colleges
    • Bemidji State University
    • Metropolitan State University
    • Minnesota State University, Mankato
    • Minnesota State University, Moorhead
    • Southwest Minnesota State University
    • St. Cloud State University
    • Winona State University
  • University of Minnesota
    • Current students of Twin Cities campus only
    • Alumni currently paying dues to Alumni Association

 

Where you live, work or worship

If you live, work or worship in the following cities:

  • Arden Hills
  • Minneapolis (Downtown)
  • Mounds View
  • New Brighton
  • Roseville
  • Shoreview
  • St. Anthony
  • St. Paul (Downtown)

 

Your relatives and roommates

You can also be eligible through relatives and people you live with:

  • If you have a relative who is eligible or is a current member
  • If you have a roommate who is eligible or is a current member 

 

Not seeing ways you’re eligible above?

You can make a one-time $25 dues payment to the Affinity Plus Foundation, supporting financial education across MN.

 

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