Why White Rose Credit Union?
It is our belief that our members are the heart of White Rose Credit Union.
Through the education of our members, our employees, and our volunteers, we strive to:
Improve our members’ financial security and quality of life by encouraging regular savings, providing education and counseling about credit, and issuing loans for productive purposes.
Serve the best interests of our members and community by operating on democratic ideals and living by the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People.”
Embody safety, soundness, service and democracy in action to show our members that we truly care. These are just a few of the many reasons why your decision to join White Rose Credit Union is a wise one.
Many account holders are reluctant to switch financial institutions, worried that the process is one huge headache. At White Rose Credit Union, we make the switch seamless with our FREE Switch Kit.
You can make surcharge-free withdrawals at any ATM in Pennsylvania where you see the CU$ logo. Just look for the CU$ logo or find a surcharge-free CU$ site near you using the ATM locator.
You can also make surcharge-free withdrawals from all Sheetz, Rutters and Royal Farms ATM’s as well. ATM withdrawals are limited to 8 per month, after that there is a nominal fee per ATM withdrawal.
We know you’re busy. Managing your money shouldn’t slow you down. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to access your accounts on the go with WRCU mobile banking.
Check your balance, make transfers, and make payments in seconds—wherever you are, right from your smartphone or other mobile device.
What is a CD or certificate of deposit? Where can you get them? How do they work? Why would someone choose a CD over a different type of savings strategy? If you need a quick lesson on CDs, keep reading.
How do overdraft fees work? What are White Rose Credit Union’s specific overdraft fees? We’re answering all of our most frequently-asked questions about the overdraft fee here.
82% of U.S. workers were paid via direct deposit in 2016, according to NACHA. That’s an 8% rise from 2011. Direct deposit still continues to gain popularity, and 87% of users are happy with the service. For those who have yet to enroll, what are the benefits of direct deposit and why should you sign up for this free service?