For 60 years, Virginia Beach Schools Federal Credit Union has served members and brought value by offering convenience and access to financial products and services. We have been proud to help members achieve their financial goals.
     On behalf of the Board of Directors and Leadership Team, I am excited to announce our plans to merge with Langley Federal Credit Union. Merging with Langley will allow us to continue acting in the best interest of our members by providing more access, more value, and more rewards to members and the community.
     This merger represents a partnership between two credit unions that share values, plus a real commitment to our members and the communities we serve. As the financial services landscape continues to evolve, merging with Langley allows us to immediately enhance what we can offer members. This includes access to more branch locations, more products and services at competitive rates, and enhanced technology offerings that will provide greater 24/7 convenience.
     We are excited to share we have received approval from our regulators. What happens next? Virginia Beach Schools FCU members will be sent the official Notice of Meeting and ballot on August 31, 2021, and will have the opportunity to vote until the day of the special meeting which is scheduled for October 19, 2021. 

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How do I become a VBSFCU member?

We are so excited you want to become a VBSFCU member-owner! Please review the below information to learn what documents are needed to join VBSFCU,  apply for membership and open your account(s) with us.

How Do I Know If I Am Eligible?

We also will need to know how you are eligible for membership.

Where do I go to open an account?

Come visit either branch location to set up your account.  We can’t wait to meet you!

What types of picture ID’s do I need to bring?

Please bring at least one of the following picture I.D’s:

You Will Also Need One of the following Secondary Forms of I.D.:

What do I need to bring for Youth Accounts?

Youth accounts are required to provide a social security card. Preferred forms of a second ID are:

If you are unsure of what constitutes a secondary form of identification or have questions on how to open an account, please call 757-463-3650 ext 336 or toll-free: 1-877-482-7328.

Do I need to bring money to open an account?

Yes, when you come to one of our branches, please bring $25.00 for an adult savings account or $5.00 for a youth account (check or cash) to fund your savings account. This amount is your share of the credit union and stays in your savings account.

There is no minimum balance required for your checking account.

What information is required for New Accounts?

When you come into a branch, we will ask you to complete an application for membership. This also includes signing a  Patriot Act form and providing two forms of identification (see above).

If you are mailing in your application please have the application notarized and include photocopies* of your identification.

We would also need to know how you are eligible for membership. Please bring a copy of a paycheck if you work for the school system, or a copy of your child’s report card if your child attends school in VBCPS or St. John the Apostle Catholic School. Please call us with any questions.

*Military ID’s may not be photocopied.

If you are joining because a family member referred you, please list that person’s name on your membership application. Click here to review all the ways you are eligible to join VBSFCU.

In order to maintain the security procedures that protect your account information and identity, we require proper verification to open an account with us.

All accounts are verified by Equifax. For more information on VBSFCU accounts call 757-463-3650 ext 336.

For information on the difference between your account balance and available balance click here