Digital Federal Credit Union

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DCU – Digital Federal Credit Union
Credit union
Industry Financial Services
Founded October 1979
Headquarters Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
Number of locations
22 full-service branches
3,000 CU Centers located in 46 states
Key people
Karyn Brown,
Chair, Board of Directors
James Regan,
Products Savings; Checking; Consumer loans; Mortgages; Credit cards; Investments

Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU) is a credit union based in Marlborough, Massachusetts. It has over 600,000 members[1] and is the largest credit union headquartered in New England as measured by assets, managing over US $8 billion.[citation needed] DCU is regulated under the authority of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) of the US federal government.

DCU has 17 full-service branches in Massachusetts and five full-service branches in New Hampshire, although it has members in all 50 U.S. states.


DCU was chartered in 1979 for employees of Digital Equipment Corporation. Its field of membership is open to existing family members, over 700 different sponsors, several communities in Massachusetts, and several organizations.


DCU offers a variety of financial services typically offered by financial institutions, including savings accounts, checking accounts, IRAs, and certificates of deposit. In addition, DCU also offers members consumer, business, and auto loans, credit cards, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, investment services, brokerage services, and insurance services.

DCU provides online account access and bill paying through their online banking service.


  1. ^ Lay, Aaron (10 August 2017). "DCU Helps More than 600,000 Members Realize Their Financial Goals through Educational Programs & Fair Banking". Retrieved 21 November 2017. 

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