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What does a good life mean to you?

SELCO is a place where everyone belongs and everyone matters. A place where you have a true partner ready to help you set and reach your financial goals. Simply put, it’s a place where membership matters.

YOU HAVE A FINANCIAL ADVOCATE.

We’re passionate about helping you achieve your financial goals, no matter where you are today or where you were in the past. In SELCO, you have an ally to help you envision your future and make thoughtful, informed financial decisions to get there.

YOU GET BETTER RATES AND FEWER FEES.

We return our profits to members in the form of better rates, fewer fees, a higher return on deposits, and personalized service on everything from youth accounts to business loans. Bottom line: Our commitment isn’t to stockholders—it’s to you.

YOU CAN BANK ON YOUR SCHEDULE.

No matter where you are, we’re there, too. With our free app, you can check your balance, deposit checks, transfer funds, and pay your bills from any device, 24/7. Or access your cash on the go with our CO-OP network of 30,000+ free ATMs nationwide. Want to discuss your account but can’t make it into a branch? Make a video appointment in seconds.

YOU HELP STRENGTHEN OUR COMMUNITY.

Your membership allows us to invest in community programs and causes that matter to you—like grants for local teachers and services to help local business thrive. And that’s the kind of support that benefits everyone. If you see one of us out volunteering (look for the blue shirts), make sure to say, “Hi”—we love connecting with other SELCO members.

YOU WILL ALWAYS BELONG HERE.

In fact, you’re the reason we exist. We meet you wherever you are in life and support you throughout your financial journey. And we’re not going anywhere. Throughout our 85-year history, we’ve served our members without interruption. You can count on that to continue.

You're eligible if you live or work in any of the counties we serve:

Oregon Counties
Benton Deschutes Josephine Marion
Baker Douglas Klamath Multnomah
Clackamas Grant Lake Polk
Columbia Harney Lane Wasco
Coos Hood River Lincoln Washington
Crook Jackson Linn Yamhill
Curry Jefferson Malheur  
Washington Counties
Clark          King            Lewis        Snohomish
Cowlitz Kitsap Pierce Thurston

You may also be eligible if:

  • A family member lives in one of the above counties. If a family member lives in any of the counties we serve, you can join us no matter where you work or live. Eligible family members include spouses, parents, grandparents, children, stepchildren, grandchildren, brothers, half-brothers, sisters, half-sisters, uncles, aunts, in-laws, foreign exchange students, and domestic partners (as defined below).
  • Your domestic partner is a member. Domestic partners are eligible if both have verbally acknowledged that they share the same permanent address; have a close, personal relationship; and are jointly responsible for basic living expenses as well as each other’s common welfare.
  • You're a business. For information about business membership eligibility or to start your application for a business membership account, please visit your nearest SELCO branch or contact us to get started.
Who can join?

Want to Learn More?

We’d love to hear from you! Chat with us or schedule a video, phone, or in-person appointment that fits your schedule. If you’re ready to apply, you can visit a branch or start an online application (we’ll reach out to help with the final steps).

  • Valid government-issued photo ID. Either one US government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license, photo ID card, military ID, or passport, or two pieces of foreign government-issued ID.
  • Proof of current address. If your current address is on your ID card, you’re all set. Otherwise, you’ll need a credible proof of address, such as a utility bill, rental or mortgage contract, last month’s paystub, university transcript for current term, mortgage document, or piece of mail from the DMV.
  • Your Social Security number. If you’re a parent opening a Safari or Vault account, you’ll also need your child’s SSN.
  • For more specific information, or to confirm the sufficiency of your identification documents, please stop by a branch or call 800-445-4483.
What documents do I need?