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Each year student members are awarded higher education scholarships from Wauna Credit Union. It is one of the many ways in which we give back to our community and support our membership.


Applications are accepted every February through April. Scholarship winners are notified in June. Applicants must be recent high school graduates (within five years), Former winners are eligible to re-apply.


Applications for our annual scholarship are now closed. We will announce the winners in June.



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In The News

  • Wauna Credit Union launches 'Give a Hoot About Saving' event (The Clatskanie Chief)
    In an effort to help kids develop good saving habits, Wauna Credit Union (WCU) is joining thousands of Credit Unions across the country to celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month. WCU will host a savings challenge to celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month by launching Youth Week, April 24 to 29, 2017. Young people will be encouraged to save for something they care about and offered prizes for participating.

  • Wauna FCU sees member growth (St. Helens Chronicle)

    Clatskanie based Wauna Credit Union announced it’s membership grew by 7.52 percent over the past year. It now claims 23,168 members in Columbia, Clatsop and western Washington counties.

    During it’s annual meeting held Mar. 4, CEO and President Robert Blumberg and Board Chair George Dunkel reported the state of Wauna Credit Union. Total assets in 2016 grew to over $214.61 million.

  • Business news briefs for March 2017 (Coast Business Journal)
    Each year Wauna Credit Union awards higher education scholarships to student members. “The annual scholarships are one of many ways that WCU gives back to the communities that it serves,” WCU noted in a press release.

  • Wauna Credit Union offers scholarships (The Daily Astorian)

    Every year, Wauna Credit Union (WCU) awards higher education scholarships to student members. Recipients must have graduated from high school within the last five years, and be a member in good standing of WCU. Former winners are eligible to re-apply.

    The WCU Scholarship Committee determines the number and amount of scholarships to be awarded, depending on the number of applicants. The scholarship may be used for tuition, room, board, books and fees. Applications are being accepted through April 15; scholarship winners will be notified in June.

  • News briefs (Pamplin Media Group)
    Applications for Wauna Credit Union scholarships are now being accepted. The deadline for submission is April 15. The application form is available via a link on the WCU website, at any WCU branch, and at local high schools. Applications may be returned to any branch or mailed to: Wauna Credit Union Scholarships, c/o Jenifer Katon, P.O. Box 67, Clatskanie, OR, 97106. Scholarship winners will be notified in June.

  • Wauna Credit Union dedicates new Long Beach office (Chinook Observer)
    In January Wauna Credit UNion dedicated its new lending office at the corner of Pacific Avenue and Sid Snyder Drive in downtown Long Beach and opened an ATM. Attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony, from left: Debi Smiley, WCU chief marketing officer; Monica Lauber, WCU Mortgage Department vice president; Steven Linhart, Long Beach city councilor and mayer pro-tem; Jeff Parker, WCU real estate relationship officer; Robert Blumberg, WCU CEO and president; Natalie Hanson, Long Beach city councilor, McKenzie Wilson, WCU real estate loan officer; and Paige Tischer, WCU real estate loan officer.


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