Our History

 

In July 1969, Roy F. Bergengren, a grandson of the founder of the credit union movement in the United States, along with nine other college employees, met to start the Daytona Beach Junior College (DBJC) Federal Credit Union to serve employees and family members of the institution. Roy was a professor at DBJC and the Credit Union's first president - a position he kept for five years.

Today, our philosophy of serving the employees and students of Daytona State College is the foundation of our mission. Your Credit Union is here for you, servicing the entire DSC community and only this community.

We are very grateful for the support of past and current presidents and board members of the College. We could not have survived without this. Today, as in the past, the Credit Union strives to meet the financial needs of all College employees. We encourage each of our members to be active and to take advantage of all our services.

We have a distinct social purpose, which is to do all in our power to make your financial needs cost effective and convenient. We are proud to be of service to the employees of DSC and thank each of you for your interest and our success.