- Welcome to Archer Credit Union -

Where Trust is Traditional

Archer Credit Union is a community credit union offering a full range of personal, agricultural, and commercial financial services. Membership is as easy as a $25 deposit—just like opening any account at a bank. But from there the similarity ends.

As a not-for-profit, Archer Credit Union exists to serve our members. You’ll find an amazing culture where people truly have the passion and expertise to help you with anything from the day-to-day to complex financial solutions. From large farm operations to local businesses to families to students, we live, work, and help people in our communities with local solutions and local decision making.

At Archer Credit Union, we value people first. We will earn your trust and, more importantly, do everything we can to keep it as your long-term financial partner.

Secure Online Banking

Transfer money, deposit checks and pay bills with online banking.

Billpay at your Fingertips

We make it easy for you to manage your everyday banking.

Reorder Checks

Order Personal Checks, Business Checks & Accessories


Celebrate Youth Month!

Join us at Archer Credit Union as we celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month with a focus on good savings habits. “Give a hoot about savings” is a fitting theme—after all, owls represent wisdom and are cute and kid friendly! Every saver is unique, but most people who save regularly develop the...Read More >

2017 Annual Meeting Leaves Legendary Impression

The theme of Archer Credit Union’s annual meeting could have been “Change”. In addition to a new location, new food selection, and welcoming both members and non-members, the Annual Meeting’s keynote speaker also suddenly changed. State icon Dr. Tom Osborne was the backup speaker for Head Husker...Read More >

Credit Union Members Attend Women in Ag Conference

Seven members received Archer Credit Union scholarships to attend the Women in Agriculture Conference on February 23-24 in Kearney. In total over 325 women attended, representing every county in Nebraska, as well as parts of Iowa and Kansas. In its 32nd year, the Women in Agriculture Conference...Read More >

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