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University of Iowa Community Credit Union2.50%-$20kRewards Checking
Accounts mentioned in this post. Rates as of July 30, 2014

Top 4-Year CD Rate at University of Iowa Community Credit Union - Local Only


University of Iowa Community Credit Union has changed its CD and IRA CD special. Its 16-month CD special has changed to a 4-year CD special. Like the old one, this new special is very competitive with a 3.15% APY for a 4-year term. Minimum deposit is $1,000. The yield goes up to 3.30% APY for a $100,000 minimum deposit. These rates are listed at the credit union's rates page as of 5/5/2011.

The credit union continues to offer one of the highest rates in the nation on its reward checking account. As I reported in March, it did the very rare thing and raised the reward checking yield from 4.00% to 4.25% APY for balances up to $25K.


In addition to University of Iowa students, membership is open to those who live or work in any of more than a dozen counties in Eastern Iowa. Please refer to the credit union's About Us page for more details.

Credit Union Overview

UICCU branches are located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, Grinnell, Vinton and Hiawatha.

The credit union has an overall health score at of 4 stars (out of 5) with a Texas Ratio of 13.88% (above average) based on December 2010 data. Please refer to our financial overview of University of Iowa Community Credit Union for more details. The credit union is federally insured by the NCUA (Charter # 60269).

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Comment #1 by Anonymous posted on
Univ. of Iowa CCU allows alumni to become members as well, regardless of where they currently live.

Comment #2 by Anonymous posted on
Have these rates gone down?  Their website is now showing lower rates.


Comment #3 by KenBDG posted on
Yes, it looks like the rates fell late Friday (7/15/11).