UW Credit Union awards scholarship to UW-Green Bay student | PressReleasePoint

Madelyn Faust

UW Credit Union awarded ten scholarships of $3,000 this month to student members that share the credit union’s commitment to improving its communities. UW-Green Bay’s Madelyn Faust was a recipient. As a parent educator for a community action program, Faust provides social and emotional support to underserved families through home visits and group connections.

Source: UW Credit Union Awards $30,000 to 10 Student Members Through Community Values Scholarship Program | PressReleasePoint

Feb. 24-28 is ‘America Saves Week’ and the UW Credit Union is happy to answer your questions

Feb. 24-28, 2020 is “America Saves Week.” UW-Green Bay alumni Wayne Resch and Jill Norder are trusted advisors and work on the Green Bay Campus in the UW Credit Union. They are happy to respond to your questions. One suggestion from the pair: “consider a home equity line of credit (HELOC) from the UW Credit Union, which offers a better way to borrow for home improvement projects, consolidating debt, paying for emergency expenses and more.” E-mail Resch, wresch@uwcu.org or Norder, jnorder@uwcu.org, or stop in at the UW Credit Union from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Equal Housing Opportunity.

 

 

 

UW Credit Union announces promotion for faculty and staff

UW Credit Union is offering a promotion: When you join the UW Credit Union and open a checking account by Oct. 31, 2019, you will receive $50. Simply use the referral code CHECK50 by presenting it when you open an account at the branch or copy and paste it if applying online. Once you become a member, you will benefit from local convenience and mobile access. Checking accounts come with smart features like transferring money to friends and surcharge-free ATM access. You can manage your account 24/7 online and on its mobile app. And, you will get caring, personalized service including the one right on the Green Bay campus in the University Union. The Credit Union is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Branch manager Wayne Resch and senior financial specialist Jill Norder, both UW-Green Bay alumni, are ready to welcome you! Learn more!”

Not a member of UW Credit Union? Join now to receive checking with on-the-go access and a bonus

A message from the UW Credit Union… “Thank you for working on behalf of students at the campuses we serve. When you bank with the UW Credit Union, you will enjoy the convenience of our campus-area branch, along with helpful and secure technology that lets you manage MainLogo_RGByour account on-the-go. You can always count on personal, expert service whenever you need us. Plus, the UW Credit Union will give you $50* when you open your checking account by June 20, 2019. Simply use our referral code SPRING50 by presenting it when you open an account at our branch or copy and paste it if applying online. We’re open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Branch manager Wayne Resch and senior financial specialist Jill Norder, both UW-Green Bay alumni, are ready to welcome you! Learn more.”

 

Frauds and Scams: An Awareness Prevention Seminar

The campus branch of the UW Credit Union is offering a fraud and scams prevention and awareness seminar for students, faculty, staff and members of the general public. As part of National Money Smart Week, the student organization Enactus has helped schedule “Fraud and Scams: An Awareness and Prevention Seminar.” Current trends in financial crime, identity theft, and ways to protect yourself will be discussed. The seminar will take place from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (April 8) in Phoenix Room A. The presenters are UWCU Branch Manager Wayne Resch and Susan Bach, Northeastern Wisconsin regional director of the Better Business Bureau. Prior registration is not required, and there is no cost to attend. Please contact Wayne Resch if you have any questions.

Thursday seminar to help attendees protect against fraud, scams

The UW Credit Union’s Wayne Resch and Better Business Bureau’s JoEllen Wollangk will present a fraud and scams awareness and prevention seminar from 6-7 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 29) in the Union’s Christie Theatre. During the seminar, the pair will discuss many of the common forms of fraud and scams, helping attendees understand financial and identity risks and how to protect themselves from becoming a victim. Fraud scams have become much more advanced in recent years, particularly with the ever-expanding world of electronic media. Identity theft also is on the rise. The event is free and open to the public.

Back-to-school Backyard Bash is Tuesday

It’s almost time for the start of school — which means it’s almost time for Backyard Bash! This huge outdoor party will be held from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4 (that’s the first day of classes) at the Mauthe Center on campus. Backyard Bash offers free food, games and music for UW-Green Bay students, faculty and staff. This year’s theme is “Summer of ’68,” so there’s certain to be plenty of nostalgic fun during the event. You can RSVP by posting to the Mauthe Center’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MautheCenter) and get your questions answered by calling (920-465-5133) or emailing (info@mcenter.org) the center. The party is sponsored by UW Credit Union and the UW-Green Bay Alumni Association.