Membership Is Easy At Your St. Tammany Parish Credit Union, First Castle Federal Credit Union!

Any person who lives, works, worships, attends school, or volunteers in St. Tammany Parish is eligible for First Castle FCU membership!

All USACE New Orleans District full and part time employees (must have a Corps ID) who do work in or for St. Tammany Parish are eligible for membership.

We Welcome Your Family Members 

Certain immediate family members (of current members) are also eligible for Credit Union membership! Your immediate family members and household members, by nature of their close relationships to you, can become Credit Union members also! Eligible family members include spouse & children, parents, brothers & sisters, stepchildren & stepparents, grandchildren & grandparents.

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Please call us to see if you are eligible for membership.

First Castle Federal Credit Union strives to deliver the best service possible to our most important asset – our members. Membership is a great employee benefit. Just take a moment to check out all of our great products and services, you may be surprised at what we offer. You can even conduct your credit union business at Credit Union Service Centers located throughout Louisiana and worldwide.

We know you will see the benefits of membership, so why not tell your family members about the Credit Union? They can become members and enjoy the same great benefits as you do.

We even make changing financial institutions easy. You will be provided the necessities from switching your savings and checking account to refinancing your loans. Once your savings account is opened, you are immediately eligible to apply for all of our products, services, and even loans.

If you need assistance with joining, switching institutions, or anything — give us a call at (985) 867-8867. We will be glad to assist you.

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Important Information
USA PATRIOT Act Information
To help fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account, including joint owners.

What This Means For You:
When you open an account, we will ask you for your name, address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify you.