How to Join
Interested in opening an account with GNO?
Here’s how to join
With $10.00 and a completed membership application, eligible individuals can open a share savings account. This $10.00 makes up your $5 membership deposit and a one-time membership fee of $5. Your deposit represents your share in the Credit Union and must remain in the account for the duration of your membership. Those who meet the eligibility requirements may join GNO.
Three convenient ways to establish membership:
1 – In Person at a Branch:
Account Officers are available to help make opening a GNO account an easy experience. You will need cash or a check of at least $10.00 payable to GNO. This includes $5.00 to open a share account and a one-time $5.00 membership fee. If you choose, you may also open a checking account with us! The minimum deposit to open a checking account is $50.00. To open an account you need to bring two forms of ID and your Social Security Card.Acceptable forms of Primary ID include:
Louisiana State Driver’s License or ID & Social Security Card
Passport & Social Security Card
Military ID & Social Security Card
Acceptable forms of Secondary ID include:
Work ID, etc.
2 – Give Us A Call:
You can contact a friendly GNO member service representative to have your new account documents mailed to you at (504) 454-8224 or (888) 468-5041.
Then just stop by any one of our three locations to to finalize the paperwork.
3 – Open an account with one click:
Start enjoying the benefits of Greater New Orleans Federal Credit Union Today! Open your savings account online.
Please note: If applying online during weekends and holidays, your application will not be reviewed until the next business day.
“Once a member, always a member.”
If you retire, change jobs, or move, that doesn’t mean you have to close your account.
Membership is designed to last a lifetime. Once the share savings account is open, you are free to take advantage of all the products and services we offer. Your family members are also eligible to join at this time.
Important Information about Procedures for Opening a New Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.
What this means for you
When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We will ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.