The Optical Society
OSA employees who work in Washington, DC are automatically eligible for membership at U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union.
We invite you to take advantage of the financial strength, stability and service that we have been providing Washington, DC and members across the country for the past 80 years.
Why Choose USSFCU?
When you choose USSFCU as your financial institution, you are not just a customer—you are a valued member and owner. We are committed to providing you with a safe and convenient place to do all your financial activities and an easier, more economical way to borrow.
- Exceptional Rates. At USSFCU, auto loans, home loans, credit cards and personal loans all offer lower rates than you will find at a bank. At the same time, savings, money market, and certificates yield higher returns.
- Lower Fees. At USSFCU you'll find free-checking, fewer maintenance and service fees, and low minimum balance requirements. Likewise, service and loan origination fees tend to be lower.
- Nationwide Branch and ATM Access. Through services like Shared Branching and CO-OP ATMs, credit union members have access to more branch and surcharge-free ATM locations than many big bank customers do.
Plus, members enjoy other perks like:
Join Us Today!
Applying is simple and lifetime membership is $6.
Click "Apply Now" to begin your membership application or call Member Services at 800.374.2758.
About OSAThe Optical Society (OSA) is a professional association of individuals and companies with an interest in optics and photonics. Founded in 1916, OSA is the leading global forum for light science and technology.
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* For USSFCU membership you will need to open a Primary Savings Account with a minimum balance of $5.00 and pay the one-time only membership fee of $1.00. When applying for membership have the following information ready; name, address, birthdate and a valid form of identification. Membership eligibility does not guarantee membership.