How to Join
You're one step away from credit union membership! Opening an account online is fast and easy — or, feel free to give us a call or visit one of our branch locations. We'd be happy to assist you!

Who Can Join?

Our doors are open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Atlantic or Cape May counties. We also proudly serve a long list of community groups, and extend membership to the families of our members. View our full member eligibility list.

Open an Account Today!

There are several convenient ways to join Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union:

Member Service Representatives are available to open your account by phone during business, evening and weekend hours. Check our Call Center Hours for availability.

If opening your account by phone, we will follow up with your membership packet by mail for signature. You may come into one of our branch locations to submit your packet or return it by mail to:

Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union
1434 New Road
Northfield, NJ 08225

If mailing, please have your application notarized and include a copy of two forms of identification.*

*Acceptable forms of identification include: 1) Driver’s or boater’s license with photo; passport; U.S. military identification card with photo; original birth certificate; certificate of naturalization; or certificate of citizenship AND 2) Medicare card; marriage license; divorce decree; court order for legal name change; US military retiree card with photo; federal, state or local government identification with photo; federal, state or local government employee driver’s license with photo; NJ property tax statement, bill or receipt; major credit card; NJ public assistance card with photo; US school identification card with photo and records; or U.S. college identification card with photo and transcripts.

Acceptable forms of identification for Youth Accounts include:  Passport, original birth certificate, Social Security Card, US Photo School ID, or debit card with young adults name.

All identification and documentation are subject to verification and must meet minimum information requirements.