You show up for students. We show up for you.
Through our exclusive educator offers, classroom grant opportunities, and community contributions, we proudly continue our legacy of giving back to all educators in our North Florida and South Georgia school districts. You work every day to shape our future generations and you deserve the very best products and services. We’re here help you achieve your financial goals.
Are you an educator? Sign up for special offers and news.
You give the extra credit, we give the extra savings. Receive up to a .5% APR rate discount* on qualifying loans.
To receive the Educator Discount, simply visit your local Financial Center and let us know you're an educator, or apply online and enter the promo code: educator.
Do you have an idea for a project that will impact students in the areas of Financial Literacy, Community Service, or Technology? Each quarter, we offer $500 grants to teachers to help make classroom dreams a reality. Complete and submit our grant application and you could receive a financial boost for the school year.
Educators like you are the reason Envision now serves more than 55,000 members in 12 locations. Though the name has changed and the investment has grown, the underlying principles have remained the same, and we’re just as devoted to teachers today as we were then.
*APR: Annual Percentage Rate. .1% Rate Discount is based on 0.50% educator discount coupled with 0.50% discount for automatic payments. Standard discount for educators is 0.50%. Not all loans are eligible to receive the discount. The following loan types are eligible for the program: auto loans, motorcycle loans, boat loans, RV loans, Lifestyle loans, Short Term loans, Fresh Start loans, and Extra Credit loans. Discount does not apply to promotional rates. Cannot be combined any any other promotion or discount. Offer is only valid on new loans and cannot be used to discount current or existing loans. Offer may end at any time without notice.
Envision Credit Union is a full-service financial institution with branches in Florida and Georgia.