About Class Act
Class Act Federal Credit Union was established by a small group of JCPS teachers in 1954 to serve the personal finance needs of JCPS teachers and other school employees. At that time, teachers had very limited access to loans or credit of any kind. The credit union filled this need and did so at very competitive rates. Other area school districts expressed interest, and within a few short years, the credit union was serving all public school employees in the Metro Louisville area as well as employees from a good number of private schools. In 1994, Class Act’s field of membership was expanded to include the University of Louisville by way of a merger with the University of Louisville Student & Alumni Credit Union.
Today, although the banking industry has changed dramatically, the credit union’s mission remains virtually the same – to serve the personal finance needs of our local educational community. As a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative, our focus is to serve the best interests of our member-owners.
To be our members’ first choice for a lifetime of financial services
Class Act Federal Credit Union is committed to:
- Providing education about financial services to improve our community’s well-being.
- Delivering exceptional service and value efficiently.
- Building relationships through integrity, compassion and respect.
Class Act Federal Credit Union is a financial institution that specializes in providing quality services for our members.
Total Assets – $193,926,547
Total Members – 18,902
Total Select Employee Groups – 37
Proudly serving the areas of Jefferson County, Bullitt County, Oldham County, Shelby County, Nelson County, and Spencer County.
The Benefits of Membership
Class Act is proud to say that we have saved our members millions of dollars in 2015 alone. Not only have we helped our members save an average of $219 per loan in 2015, but we’ve also been able to save our members on:
Auto Loans – Our members saved over $560,000 on new and used auto loans
Credit Cards – Our members saved over $425,000 on their credit cards.
Mortgages & Home Equity Line of Credit – Our members saved over $125,000 on their mortgages and Home Equity Lines of Credit.
Fees – Our members saved over $43,000 thanks to fewer and/or lower fees in 2015.
Class Act Timeline
1954 – Established Classroom Teachers Federal Credit Union
1956 – First dividend declared
1960 – First Official Office (Seneca HS)
1963 – First Auto Loan
1969 – First Real Estate Loan
1971 – Relocated to Old Prestonia School
1978 – First Share Certificate Issued
1980 – Began Share Draft & ATM Program
1981 – Relocated to Poplar Level Road
1987 – Broke ground for new C Bldg
1994 – U of L Student & Alumni Credit Union Merger
1996 – Class Act Reaches $50 Million in Assets
1999 –Introduced Home Banking
2000 – The first shared branch location
2000 – Building Expansion
2005 – Changed name to Class Act Federal Credit Union
2010 – Doss High School branch was opened
2012 – U of L branch relocated to Cardinal Towne
2012 – Southern High School branch was opened
2013 – East branch was opened
2016 – Main branch renovation complete
2017 – Class Act Reaches $200 Million in Assets