82nd Annual Meeting
March 22, 2018
Make Plans to Attend the 82nd Annual Meeting on May 8.Read More
Renovated COC Branch Now Open
July 3, 2017
We have exciting news for our members who work inside the TVA Chattanooga Office Complex (COC)!Read More
TVFCU Debuts New Website
August 24, 2016
This looks a little different, right? No worries! You typed in the right URL and are now viewing TVFCU?s new website. We are thrilled to debut the site that has been built with you and your busy schedule in mind.Read More
FORBES Best-In-State Credit Unions | 3D Printed Southside Branch
TVFCU and Branch Technology Unveil First-Ever 3D-Printed Building Facade
Bessie Smith Cultural Center Has New Vision for Chattanooga African American Museum
Chattanooga Chamber Launches Entrepreneurial Wayfinding Site
TVFCU Golf Tournament Raises $40,000 for Hamilton County STARS
TVFCU to Open Fourth In-Store Branch With Opening of Etowah Food City
Updated Response to COVID-19, 3/20/20
TVFCU's Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union Introduces Small Business Grant
TVFCU Celebrates 80th Anniversary With 220-Ton Birthday Cake-Themed Sand Sculpture
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union Becomes Area’s First Credit Union to Deploy Interactive Teller Technology with the Opening of Its New Ringgold Branch
Blake Strickland Retires After 37-Year Career at Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union
Community Scholarships Awarded
2020 BBB Torch Awards and Student of Integrity Scholarship
The Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union Scholarship Fund
The Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU)Scholarship/Fund was established in April 2019. The fund is intended to benefit students attending Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) and have graduated from CGLA and attending a 2-year or 4-year accredited college.
Scholarship/Fund award amounts are based on current student need and may be awarded directly to the recipient or to the attending college in the recipient’s name. Upon request, all scholarship/fund applications will be determined by a committee of reviewers and will be awarded based on committee approval. The total amount awarded each year will not exceed $1,000.00.
-This scholarship/funds is intended to meet the needs of current seniors seeking college enrollment
-Students must complete an application for committee review if seeking funds for college enrollment
-Students applying for college funds, must have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.5. Application and recommendations are required and are to be fully completed before consideration by the Scholarship/Fund Selection Committee is given. Upon the final selection, the student will be notified by the committee
-College recipients must maintain a GPA of 2.5.
Recipients will compose a Thank You letter to the Scholarship/Fund establisher, both, referencing the scholarship name and the indicated field of study.