“Once a Member, Always a Member.”

How to Join

Visit with a New Account Representative at either of our branches. They will make opening a LLFCU account an easy and pleasant experience.
Please bring:

  • Government or State issued ID or DL, proof of address, & social security card for minors.
  • Cash, check or Visa debit card accepted for account opening deposits. Minimum opening deposit of $30.00 for savings or $55.00 if opening both savings & checking. This include a $5 non-refundable one time membership fee.
  • Arrive 30 minutes prior to closing for new membership.

For more information about our services or how to join the credit union, please give us a call at (909) 796-0206 and speak with one of our member service representatives.

Who Can Join

La Loma Federal Credit Union provides financial services to the following:
Employees of:

  • Loma Linda University
  • Loma Linda University Medical Center
  • Loma Linda University Health Care
  • Loma Linda University Community Medical Center
  • Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center
  • La Sierra University
  • Southeastern California Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists
  • Adventist Risk Management, Riverside
  • Quiet Hour
  • NMI who work in Loma Linda
  • Linda Valley Care Center
  • Linda Valley Villa
  • Redlands Health Care Center
  • Adventist Student Personnel Association
  • Carlson Wagonlit/University Travel
  • Grand Terrace Family Dentistry

Members of:

  • Seventh-day Adventist churches in Southeastern California Conference
  • Loma Linda Lopers
  • Bryn Mawr Elementary PTA

Students of:

  • La Sierra University
  • Loma Linda University

Relatives of Current Members
defined as:

  • adopted individuals
  • child
  • grandchild
  • grandparent
  • parent
  • sibling
  • spouse
  • stepchildren
  • stepparents
  • step siblings

* Persons retired as pensioners or annuitants of the listed organizations

Eligibility also extends to unrelated individuals who share a residence with a current Member. Once a person joins the Credit Union, he/she may remain a member for life, even if his/her relationship to a qualifying organization changes. “Once a Member, Always a Member.”