Membership & Benefits
Becoming a member of Clearview is easy and includes many benefits. Membership in Clearview is open to people who live, work, worship, attend school or volunteer and businesses and legal entities in the Southwestern Pennsylvania community which includes Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland counties.
Membership is also open to immediate family members (spouse, parent, child, sibling, grandparent or grandchild) of a current or potential Clearview member, as well as persons living within the same residence and maintaining a single economic unit with a current Clearview member or eligible primary member.
How to become a member? Just complete a membership application and open a Clearview Savings Account with an initial required deposit of only $10. Once you join Clearview your membership lasts a lifetime. Even if you change jobs, relocate, or retire, your membership is still good at the Credit Union.
Clearview members can take advantage of many products and services ranging from checking accounts, surcharge-free ATMs, mortgage and vehicle loans, Visa® credit cards, Online & Mobile Banking, business services and much more.
Clearview members also have a vote in the election of their volunteer Board of Directors. Since there are no stockholders, the members who save and borrow money at Clearview are the actual owners of the Credit Union. As a not-for-profit financial institution, money that is available after paying expenses and setting aside for reserves is returned to Clearview members in the form of higher savings rates, lower loan rates, and low or no fees on services.
To apply for membership
Click here to visit our Online Application Center or visit any Clearview Branch location.
If you have any questions regarding the online application process, please contact Online Banking Support at 1-800-926-0003, option 4 or email@example.com. If you ask any questions via email, please refrain from including sensitive account information as email is not a truly secure communication method.