Share Draft convenience at Rocket Federal Credit Union.

The Rocket Federal Credit Union offers you the ease and convenience of a share draft account. With $25.00 in a share account you can open your share draft account and enjoy these great benefits.

  • Open with a minimum of $200.00, no minimum balance required after the account has been established.
  • A low $4.00 a month service fee.
  • No per share draft fee
  • Direct Deposit available
  • Duplicate share draft make balancing your checkbook a breeze.
  • Monthly statements
  • Free debit card upon approval
  • Free online banking
  • Reorder checks online – Click Here

Senior Checking Account:
With $25 in a share account you can open a Senior Checking Account. Senior Checking makes it easy for members age 55 or older to take advantage of a variety of special offers. With Senior Checking you receive;

  • Free notary service
  • Free online banking
  • Free tellertalk audio response
  • Free money orders
  • Free debit card upon approval
  • Free small safe deposit box rental for first year (key deposit is required)
  • Direct Deposit available
  • Senior checks-duplicate copy checks at a reduced price
  • $4.00 monthly fee, with no minimum balance to maintain after opening with deposit of $200.00.

Student Checking:
With $25 in a share account, High School Students may open a Student Checking account with a valid student ID, state issued photo identification or driver’s license and Social Security card. Parent or responsible party may be required to be on the account.

  • Minimum deposit to open $25.00
  • Free notary service
  • Free online banking
  • Free audio response
  • Free debit card upon approval
  • No minimum balance to maintain
  • Debit card available upon approval
  • No monthly service fee charged

To open a share draft account, simply print the application and return it to us, either by mail or fax. Once you receive your personalized share drafts, verify that the information is correct and be sure to have funds available in the account before you begin writing share drafts.