A History Of Service

In May of 1952, a small group of Norwin teachers seized the opportunity to establish a federally chartered credit union in order to aid their colleagues in the Norwin School District in matters of saving and borrowing, offering affordable financial services to teachers and other staff. 

After years of providing personal, family-like service from available space within the senior high school, we moved that same friendly service to the Landmark Pavilion (once known as the Circleville Elementary School) on Robbins Station Road. In June of 2007, Norwin Teachers Federal Credit Union opened the doors of our own building on Clay Pike where we continue to provide family-like service, Our non-profit cooperative continues to grow and now has assets in excess of $24 million and boasts a membership of 3,000.