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Featured Certificate Account Offer

Open a certificate account today at one of our branches and take advantage of our latest certificate coffer.

30-Month Certificate Account Promotion

Term: 30 months

Rate:  4.5% APY*

How to Sign Up

1. Click on the button below to open an account:

2. Call 888-286-7092 to speak to a Nuvision representative.

3. Visit your nearest Nuvision branch (Click here to find your closest branch)


Certificate Accounts

Certificates are an easy way to save money, earn dividends, and invest in your financial security. Nuvision offers everything from short-term 3-month certificates to longer-term 5-year high yield Certificate accounts. We offer competitive rates, and your deposits are insured by the NCUA (up to applicable limits).

Check out our latest rates and compare our certificate accounts

*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Dividends on certificate accounts are compounded monthly. APY is accurate as of 11/15/2022. Rates are subject to change at any time without notice. Not eligible for an additional Added Advantage rate bonus through Added Advantage nor eligible for any managerial discretion rate bonus increases. New money requirement. Certificate promotion available online, over the phone, or in person. IRA and business certificates must be opened at a branch. $1,000 minimum opening balance, and $1,000 minimum balance required to earn the advertised APY on the 30-month certificate promotion account. No maximum balance limits or $ maximum number of certificate accounts allowed. At maturity, the certificate will enter a seven (7) day grace period which unless otherwise instructed by the member, the 30-month promotional certificate will renew into a regular 24-month certificate at the current rate for that term at that time. Certificates are subject to early withdrawal penalties. Membership and eligibility required. Terms, conditions, and penalties may apply. Fees may reduce earnings on the account. Nuvision reserves the right to change or cancel the promotion at any time. Funds up to $250,000 are Federally Insured by the NCUA.