Why Choose better banking?
Banking is better at Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union because our members get great rates, free or low-cost financial products and friendly, personal service.
Specials & Offers
It's Time to Buy or Refi!Rates are low! Our mortgage center provides competitive and flexible financing — painlessly!Learn More
You Found a Better CardEnjoy a 12-month introductory rate at 1.99% APR* with no annual or balance transfer fees.Learn More
Powered by TRUECarGet discounted vehicle pricing when you purchase your next car through the Jersey Shore Car Buying Service.Learn More
News & Notices
Credit Card Payments Temporarily Unavailable On e-zPay
Credit Card Payments on our e-zPay site will be unavailable until further notice.
Our Online Banking Is Now Upgraded
Plus, our Mobile App is enhanced now too.
Tools For Schools Drive
Help make a difference in the lives of students by providing school items needed during these challenging times.
We won BEST CREDIT UNION in the Best of Jersey Shore program
Thank you to all our members that voted for us!
committed to community
Scholarship Winners 2022
Lindsay Fittipaldi from Egg Harbor Township attended Atlantic County Institute Of Technology and was awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.
Samantha Ingerson from Galloway attended Cedar Creek High School and was also awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.
Danielle Schuster of Northfield attends Clemson University and was awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship for members aged 18-25 that are already enrolled in an institute of higher education.
Megan Erdman of Linwood attends University Of North Carolina (Charlotte) and was also awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship.
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union President/CEO James Burns expressed, "At Jersey Shore we appreciate the incredible value of education and understand that tuition costs are rising. Having the opportunity to assist these young students is something we are very proud of. We are thrilled to award Scholarships to these deserving students in our community and wish them continued academic success.”