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  • Summer Newsletter 2022 (June 14, 2022)
    • 2022 Memorial Scholarship Winners
      Universal 1 Credit Union Summer Newsletter 2022
    • U1 Car Wash: June 18
    • U1 on Good Day Dayton
    • Scam-proof Your Financial Life Online
    • Advanced Retirement Income Strategies Webinar
    • Investing in Real Estate Webinar
    • Rose Music Center Box Office and Event List
    • 90 Day No Pay Auto Loans
  • Universal 1 on Good Day Dayton (May 27, 2022)

    Jessica Jones, U1 President/CEO speaks with Good Day Dayton to talk about Universal 1's community involvement and 85th Anniversary. 

  • 2022 Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship Winners (May 23, 2022)

    Universal 1 Credit Union (U1) members, John Sorrells II of Butler High School, Ella Peck of Butler High School and Andrew Boettcher of Centerville High Schoolausfeld were each awarded this year’s Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship of $1,000.00. The 2022 graduates have built an impressive list of accomplishments that has provided many opportunities for scholarship offers and grants to attend major universities.

  • Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce Spotlight (April 6, 2022)

    Chamber President/CEO Wendy Rodgers recently interviewed Universal 1 Credit Union Beavercreek branch manager, Danielle, to learn more about the credit union and their 85th anniversary year. See the full video below! 

    Danielle Beavercreek Branch Manager Interview

  • Spring Newsletter (March 7, 2022)
    • Update to U1 Office Hours
      Universal 1 Credit Union Spring Newsletter 2022
    • Unity in the Community
    • Memorial Scholarship deadline
    • Cheers to U1 and 85 years of member service
    • BALANCE financial education webinars
    • Dayton Live U1 Music Series event schedule
  • Miami Township Business Spotlight (March 3, 2022)

    A big thank you to Miami Township, Montgomery County, Ohio for including us in their Open for Business video feature. 

    Miami Township video

    Universal 1 Credit Union has nine locations across the area. The Miami Township location is at 9900 Springboro Pike.

  • New Office Hours Effective April 4, 2022 (March 2, 2022)

    Effective Monday, April 4, 2022, we will be adjusting all U1 office hours to the following:

    Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
    Saturday: 9am - 12pm

    Hours for the Miami Valley Hospital location will not change. You can view all U1 office locations here

  • Tips on Account Takeover Fraud (December 21, 2021)

    Account takeover fraud is one of the hardest types of fraud to catch. The following are some tips and guidelines to follow in order to avoid your personal information being compromised. 

  • U1 Exclusive Sponsorship with The Rose Music Center (December 14, 2021)

    Rose Music Center at the HeightsDayton, Ohio – Beginning in 2022, Universal 1 Credit Union (U1) will be the proud sponsor of The Rose Music Center Box Office. As the exclusive credit union sponsor, U1 is excited to expand upon their community support within the Huber Heights and surrounding areas while continuing to bring awareness to their wide range of available financial products and services.

  • Unity in the Community: CJ & Carroll High School (December 9, 2021)

    CJ & Carroll high School Unity in the community award check presentation DAYTON, Ohio – Rivals Chaminade Julienne and Carroll High Schools battled on the basketball court Dec. 7 then celebrated a joint tribute at halftime with the presentation of the fifth annual $1,000 Unity Award in memory of CJ student Leo Lehner. 

  • Holiday Newsletter 2021 (December 3, 2021)
    • A letter from the President/CEOHoliday Newsletter
    • 2022 Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship
    • eProxies
    • Holiday Hours and Closings
    • Winter Your Way Loan
    • Step-by-step guide to making a holiday budget
    • In the Community 
  • Kettering Alter High Unity In the Community Blood Drive (November 9, 2021)

    Kettering Alter High unity in the Community blood drive. KETTERING, Ohio - The Alter High Knights are charging into the new school year with a lot to accomplish. They helped Community Blood Center “Revive the Drive” on Nov. 2 by hosting their first blood drive of the year, rejoined rival Fairmont in another Unity campaign to benefit local charities, and continued their CURE Club mission to help fight cancer. 


  • Stebbins High School Unity In The Community Blood Drive (October 20, 2021)

    Unity in the Community blood drive Stebbins High SchoolRIVERSIDE, Ohio - After a 19-month interruption caused by COVID-19 cancellations, blood drives are back at Stebbins High School. The “Unity Blood Drive” on Oct. 15 was the first at Stebbins since the arrival of the pandemic in March 2020 and it was welcomed with a wave of support from young, first-time donors.



  • Kettering Fairmont High Unity Blood Drive (October 14, 2021)

    Unity In The Community Fairmont High School Blood DriveKETTERING, Ohio - It is a year of renewal at Fairmont High School and everywhere. The Firebirds hosted their first blood drive of the school year Oct. 7 and began a new year of the “Unity the Community” campaign with traditional rival Alter High. 

  • Fall Newsletter 2021 (August 25, 2021)

    Fall Newsletter

    • RSM Notice
    • Holiday Closings
    • 2022 Virtual Annual Meeting
    • Sunsetting of Purchase Rewards 
    • Recreational Vehicle Loans
    • Protecting your personal information
    • BalanceTrack
    • In the Community
  • U1's Annual School Supply Drive (July 26, 2021)

    Crayons to ClassroomsWe are pleased to announce that we will be accepting donations at each U1 office location to help underfunded schools in the Miami Valley for Crayons to Classrooms, Ross County Coalition Against Domestic Violence and The Sidney Salvation ArmyPlease see the supply list for accepted donations. 

  • Fairmont & Alter Begin Unity Campaign (July 16, 2021)

    Unity in the Community Blood Drive 2021KETTERING, Ohio - Summer seemed “normal” again at the July 9 “Kettering Unity in the Community” blood drive. It was back on the Fairmont High School campus and donors could look out the windows and watch the Firebird color guard practicing for the upcoming high school football season.


  • Unity In The Community Blood Drive (June 30, 2021)

    Unity in the Community blood drive DAYTON, Ohio – The week after the July 4th holiday is a crucial time for donating blood.
    Help prevent a blood shortage by supporting the “Kettering Unity in the Community Blood Drive” Friday, July 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Fairmont High School Trent Arena, 3301 Shroyer Road, Kettering.

  • Summer Newsletter (May 27, 2021)
    • Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship Winners
    • Apple, Google & Samsung Pay now available
    • Updated office hours
    • Holiday closings
    • BALANCE financial education webinars
    • Unity in the Community
  • 2021 Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship Winners (May 14, 2021)

    Universal 1 Credit Union (U1) members, Ashley Malenfant of Centerville High School and Alexis Shriner of Sheridan High Schoolausfeld were each awarded this year’s Glen R Kershner Memorial Scholarship of $1,000.00. The 2021 graduates have built an impressive list of accomplishments that has provided many opportunities for scholarship offers and grants to attend major universities.

  • Unity in the Community - Fairmont & Alter (May 4, 2021)

    Kunity in the community - alter & fairmontETTERING, Ohio - Archbishop Alter High students showed their support for the fight against cancer by dedicating the 2020 Unity in the Community Award with partner Fairmont High School to the Ride Cincinnati fundraiser for cancer research and care.

  • Unity in the Community - Carroll & Chaminade Julienne High School (April 13, 2021)

    Unity in the Community With God's GraceDAYTON, Ohio – High school students will long remember the health threat and heart-breaking cancellations of the COVID-19 crisis. During it Carroll and Chaminade Julienne High Schools stayed committed to saving and improving lives with their fourth annual “Unity in the Community” campaign.

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