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Who can become a SEFCU member?
You can, if you meet one of the following requirements: 

  • You are an employee (current or retired), member, or volunteer of a participating SEFCU member group.
  • You live, work, attend school, or worship in one of these cities or towns:
    • Albany
    • Amherst
    • Barker - Binghamton
    • Barton
    • Berkshire
    • Binghamton
    • Buffalo
    • Candor
    • Cohoes
    • Colesville
    • Conklin
    • Dickinson
    • Green Island
    • Kirkwood
    • Lisle
    • Lackawanna
     
    • Maine
    • Mechanicville
    • Montgomery County
    • Nichols
    • Nanticoke
    • Otsego County
    • Rensselaer
    • Richford
    • Sanford
    • Schenectady
    • Spencer
    • Syracuse
    • Triangle
    • Troy
    • Union
    • Watervliet
     
  • A member of your immediate family* is a SEFCU member or qualifies for membership. 

If you're eligible,  join today! 

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