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Opening an Account FAQ

Opening an Account FAQ

If you are within the DFW communitites, most likely Yes! You are eligible if you:
  • Live, work, or worship in Dallas, Tarrant or Henderson counties;
  • Live, work, or worship in the majority of Ellis or Johnson counties (geographic limitations apply);
  • Are a family member of a person who is eligible for membership
  • Have completed a minimum of 6 credit hours at the University of Texas at Arlington.
You need your personal identification information including the following documents and requirements:

  • Driver's license and/or state issued ID for you and any joint holder
  • U.S. Social Security Number for you and any joint holder
  • Previous address (if you have lived at your current address less than two years)
  • You must be a U.S. citizen or a U.S. resident alien
  • You must be at least 18 years of age
The advantage to being a credit union member over being a bank customer is that as a member, you are also part owner of the credit union. You are actually part of a not for profit cooperative group of members who each own one share. This means the profits go back to you - the owners - in the form of lower fees and more competitive rates. See more about the credit union difference.
Our members' security is very important to us. We do not sell your contact information to other parties. You may receive occasional emails about special offers or events from Texas Trust. You may Opt Out of these emails. Read our Privacy Policy for more information about how we handle member information and how to opt out.
Immediately after you completed opening your account.
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