The USC Credit Union moved its University Park Campus office to the Campus Center Courtyard after 15 years in King’s Hall.
The branch office was moved to accommodate summer renovations to King’s Hall, which included a revamp of Café 84.
USC Credit Union President and CEO Gary Perez said the non-profit financial cooperative was happy with the more central location.
“The Tutor Center courtyard is filled with energy and excitement and it’s an amazing feeling for USC Credit Union to be a part of that,” Perez said in a press release.
During the move, USC Credit Union members could use the Flower Street Branch, east of Tuscany Apartments.
The USC Credit Union currently serves 60,000 students, staff, faculty and alumni. The USC Credit Union also has a branch on the Health Sciences Campus at Seaver Residence Hall and there are nine ATMs on USC’s Campuses.
The USC Credit Union has more than 6,000 branches and $350 million in assets nationwide.