Frequently Asked Questions
To find out about MIT FCU Investment and Retirement Planning, and the services and educational opportunities they provide, please visit MIT FCU Investment and Retirement Planning.
Yes, Download our mobile app in the iTunes app store, or on the Google Play store. To read more about our mobile app, please visit the Mobile Banking page on our website.
Yes, our bill payment system is known as e-Bill. Please read more in our e-Bills Agreement, and log in to e-Branch to get started paying your bills.
The Service Center hours vary by location. Please visit our locator to view hours and days of availability.
- Select Savings
- Money Market
- Share/IRA Certificates
- Vacation/Holiday Club accounts
To read more visit our Savings page.
Membership is available to any MIT Staff, Faculty, Students (grad and undergrad) and many businesses affiliated with MIT. We also offer membership to a number of businesses in the Kendall Square area.
If you qualify for membership, that means the following family members also qualify: spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, grandchild, stepchild, step-sibling, stepparent, and adoptive relationships. Spouses of persons who died while within our field of membership are also eligible.
In addition, people living in the same household with eligible members are eligible for membership.
Joining the credit union? Why not make it a family event? We've got financial education opportunities for pre-school through college, lots of great resources to assist with financial decisions at every stage of life, and no matter where you go, your account is accessible 24/7 via online, mobile and through CO-OP Network and Shared branches around the country.