60 Years

For 60 years we have been a part of this community. We’re looking forward to the next 60 and beyond.

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Proudly Serving Since 1960

Ever since our doors first opened in 1960 as Rick College Credit Union, we have taken pride in our role, helping the people around us. Beehive grew quickly and expanded its field of membership to members of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their families in Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada.

Since then, Beehive has grown to multiple locations with credit union members using our complete services wherever they live. Our capabilities and technology have changed and adapted. Even with those changes, our commitment to you is the same, and we hope you have the same high standard of service our members experienced 60 years ago at their little hometown credit union, where it all began. 

The first Beehive Branch located at  110 W 4th S, Rexburg, ID 83440
The annual member picnic in Rexburg Idaho

A Source of Community Strength

A credit union is more than just a bank. Credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that are owned and controlled by the people, or members, who use their services. Profits made by credit unions are returned back to members in the form of reduced fees, higher savings rates, and lower loan rates.1

For the past 60 years, our focus has been on the credit union members we serve. We plan to keep our members at the center of everything we do for the next 60 years and beyond.

How We Help Our Members

The philosophy behind our service has always been about putting our members first. It is important for us to provide straightforward financial resources for our members. Simple, transparent fees with some of the lowest rates in the area, high-yield savings options that are tailor-made for our membership, and a team that is ready to help anytime you need it.

Learn why our members choose Beehive »

Low fees infographic
Beehive members save nearly $1,200 each year in interest charges. When comparing against other local credit unions, our members average a savings of $600.
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