San Marcos Credit Union Branch.
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- Monday to Thursday: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
- Friday: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
- Saturday: 9:00AM - 1:00PM
- Sunday: Closed
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Come visit Mission Fed in San Marcos for a Loan, Credit Card and more!
From Hwy 78 East:
Take the Las Posas Rd exit. Turn left on N. Las Posas Rd. Your destination will be on the left located in the Grand Plaza.
From Hwy 78 West:
Take the Las Posas Rd exit. Head straight on Grand Ave to the Grand Plaza shopping center. Your destination is on the right.
My wife and I own our new home—our first home! This is the home where we will build our lives . . . thanks for making that happen. J.B., San Diego
When you’re looking for a change from a traditional bank, it’s time to visit a Credit Union in San Marcos! Welcome to Mission Fed. We’ve been at this location, in the beautiful foothills of northern San Diego County, since 2006. Our branch is conveniently located off Highway 78. You’ll find us in the same shopping center as Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza and Petco, which means it’s a quick stop in your already busy day. Whatever your financial needs may be, let us assist you. If you’re searching for San Marcos Auto Loans and Home Loans, or want a new Checking or Savings Account, Mission Federal Credit Union is a smart choice.
If you live or work in San Marcos, we invite you to meet with our knowledgeable team of professionals. We’re here to help you reach your financial goals or as we call them, “Mission Fed Moments.” Our San Marcos Branch has both drive-up and walk-up fee-free CO-OP ATMs and a handy Coin Machine inside. If you need an Easy Checking Account, free with eStatements, Savings Account, Retirement Account, Auto Loan, Credit Card, Home Loan or another financial service, visit Mission Federal Credit Union in San Marcos. We’re open Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am-1pm. We look forward to your visit!
Learn more about Mission Fed
Welcome to our San Marcos Branch where all San Diegans are welcome! We’ve got San Diego covered with Mission Fed branches throughout the county, so you don’t have to go far for your everyday banking needs. When you’re searching for a bank in San Marcos, choose a Credit Union, a not-for-profit organization that distributes profits back to its members through low rates and other programs.
While traditional banks operate for profit, Mission Federal Credit Union is here for our members. When it’s time to take the next big step to purchase a car, buy your first or next home, or open a Savings Account for you or a family member, the San Marcos Mission Fed Branch can help you achieve your goals with a loan or account that meets your needs.
Our mission is to provide you with great service and competitive rates on loans, and to give back to the San Diego community, too. Mission Fed was founded in 1961 for those in the educational community, and we’re still committed to supporting education today. We sponsor and participate in programs around the county that help parents, teachers and kids, as well as supporting early financial education for youth. We’ve partnered with local schools to teach kids about saving money while helping them open Savings Accounts with our Mission 2 $AVE program. We’re proud to say our award-winning program has provided financial education to over 5,000 student savers at 45 local schools. In addition, our Mission for Nonprofits program lets you donate $25 to a local nonprofit organization of your choice and gives you $25 when you open a Checking Account and mention Mission for Nonprofits.
Come find out how Mission Federal Credit Union in San Marcos can benefit you and our community. We look forward to helping you achieve your financial goals at our San Marcos Credit Union Branch!
The Difference between a Credit Union and a Bank
While the menu of financial services is often similar between a Credit Union and a bank, you’ll find that rates at Credit Unions are often more member-friendly than they are at traditional banks. This is because unlike banks, Credit Unions return surplus income to their members in the form of dividends, better rates, additional products and services and more branch locations.
As a member-owner, you have certain privileges beyond those of an account holder at a Credit Union. This is apparent in the way Credit Unions are run. Credit Union members elect a volunteer Board of Directors who establishes the Credit Union’s policies. Being democratically operated by its members through the Board of Directors allows each Credit Union account holder an equal say in how the Credit Union is operated, regardless of how much they have deposited at the Credit Union. Banks, meanwhile, appoint a Board of Directors to be responsible to both the shareholders of the bank and the account holders.