From our start at Kennedy Space Center, to our growth into Volusia County and into the present day, our goal has always been to serve our members with a wide variety of excellent products, great rates, and exceptional member service.

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Launch FCU opens branch at Spruce Creek High School

Launch FCU opens branch at Spruce Creek High School

Launch Spruce Creek ribbon cutting September 2015
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Launch FCU opens new Orange City branch.

Launch FCU opens new Orange City branch.

Orange City Branch Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

August 2015

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Improvements and Innovations

  • Improved online loan applications for consumer loans and mortgages introduced.
  • New high school branch announced –Launch FCU will partner with Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange. The new school branch will open in August 2015.
2015
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Breaking Ground

LaunchFCU-GB
  • June 1st, 2014 – Kennedy Space Center Federal Credit Union becomes Launch Federal Credit Union.
  • Suntree branch moves to a new building at 2200 North Wickham Road, becoming the Melbourne Branch.
  • Mobile Check Deposit is introduced as a part of Mobile Banking.
  • E-Signature for approved loans is introduced as a benefit for members.
  • Groundbreaking on a new Orange City branch, which will replace the much smaller Deltona branch.
orange_branch June 2014
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Anniversary

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  • KSCFCU celebrates its Fiftieth Anniversary by featuring a different branch every month. Special activities occur every Friday to allow members in all locations to enjoy the celebration.
  • Groundbreaking on a new Melbourne branch, which will replace the Suntree branch.
Melbriggoncutting 2013
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Youthful Strides

  • KSCFCU partnered with University High School in Deltona to open a school branch, partially staffed by students.
  • The Rockledge branch moved to Murrell Road.
UniversityHigh_GO 2012
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On The Go

  • KSCFCU Mobile is introduced, a mobile application to allow smartphone users to access Online Banking using their iPhone, iPad, or Android.
iphonescreen 2011
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Partners

  • The Edgewater branch opened on Ridgewood Avenue (U.S. 1).
  • KSCFCU partners with Jupiter Elementary in Palm Bay to open its first school branch.
Edgewater_GO 2010
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Features

  • KSCFCU offered additional accounts for savings and checking, giving members the opportunity to personalize account names.
2009
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Communications Outreach

  • The Palm Bay branch moved to a new location on Babcock Street.
  • KSCFCU newsletters gained new names to reflect a our coastal geography and a more varied membership – Shore Lines for adults, Rip Tides for teens, and Sand Dollars for children.
PB_grand_opening 2008
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Reach

  • Grew to 51,667 members
2003
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Space Odyssey

  • The Administrative Building on Plumosa Street in Merritt Island opened.
2001
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The Information Age

  • The Port St. John branch opened on U.S. 1.
  • Personal Credit Union Online Banking (PCU) began as a service to members. E-statements and BillPayer are offered as a free convenience for members.
PSJ_GO_Feb16-2000 2000
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A Community Charter

  • The DeLand branch moved to its present location on West New York Avenue.
  • KSCFCU was granted a Community Charter by the National Credit Union Administration. Membership was now open to all who live, work, or worship in Brevard and Volusia counties.
DeLand-branch-old 1997
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Website Go For Launch

  • Launched the KSCFCU Website at www.kscfcu.org.
1996
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Calling Mission Control

  • The Suntree branch, on Wickham Road, was opened.
  • The KSCFCU Call Center, staffed by expert Member Service Representatives, opened as a service to members.
Suntree_1995 1995
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Expansion

  • The South Daytona branch opened in its current location on Ridgewood Avenue (U.S. 1).
  • The DeLand branch opened in the Gateway Village Shopping Center.
SouthDaytona_branch 1994
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Growth

  • A branch in Cocoa was opened at the Cocoa Commercial Center.
  • KSCFCU merged with two federal credit unions in Volusia County – the Halifax Teachers’ Federal Credit Union and Florida Consolidated Federal Credit Union. This expanded the credit union into a second county.
  • Grew to 36,210 members
1993
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New Facility

  • The Titusville branch moved to a new building on U.S. 1.
TV_Branch 1991
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The Computer Age

  • Began using an in-house computer system.
1990
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Deployment

  • The new Merritt Island branch on Fortenberry Road opened.
1989
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Audio Response

  • CUTEL, the first audio response system for the Credit Union, started. This later became ShuttleTalk, and is now VoiceTouch24.
1985
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Mission Control

  • A branch on Merritt Island began, at the Shore Lanes Plaza.
  • One of the Space Center branches, at the Launch Control Center, moved to the Multi-Function Facility.
MI_ShoreLanes 1984
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Second Stage

  • Grew to 13,161 members
1983
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Branching Out

  • The first off-Center branch opened, in Titusville.
  • Payroll deduction program began as a service to members.
1982
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Additions

  • The next branch opened at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
  • Astronotes Newsletter began as a service to members. ATMs were introduced.
cape-ribboncutting 1981
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Checking In

  • Checking accounts became available.
1978
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The Data Age

  • Computerization of KSCFCU files and records.
1977
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One Giant Leap

  • Assets reached $2,600,000.
1973
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Blast from the Past

Branch in the Headquarters building on Kennedy Space Center.

HQ_1968_sepia 1968
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Changes

  • Name changed to Kennedy Space Center Federal Credit Union.
  • The office was moved to the Headquarters Building at Kennedy Space Center.
1965
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One Small Step

  • First chartered as the NASA-MILA Federal Credit Union in April of 1963.
  • The first office was a trailer at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
April 1963

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