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An all-new commUNITY!

Our updated commUNITY is now live! The updated platform provides a more personalized user experience - making it easier to stay up-to-date, share professional resources and collaborate with your credit union peers from around Wisconsin.

A few highlights of the new platform include:

  • Updated user experience. More modern interface, additional notification controls and dynamic engagement opportunities.
  • More intuitive forums. Easily engage with more mobile-friendly, searchable discussions. Tag topics, library items and conversations to provide deeper connections and functionality.
  • Better resource sharing. Attachments posted to discussions are archived and available – members may add resources and documents to share anytime. 

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What is commUNITY?

commUNITY is The League's online networking platform/forum for Wisconsin's credit unions. Members use it to: 

  • share ideas and best practices
  • seek vendors
  • discuss dozens of operational issues
  • get fast answers to questions from colleagues statewide

commUNITY remains a popular benefit of League membership. It's how we leverage our strength as member-owned cooperatives whose principles include continuous learning and collaboration.   

Who Can Use it

commUNITY is open to all League-member credit union employees and volunteers. Members of the League's Business Lending and HR Councils also have their own special sections, but you must be a Council member to view them.

How it Works

When you join a particular topical section for discussion - for example, compliance, collections or general topics -  you’ll be subscribed to receive email notifications when there’s activity in that section (kind of like a listserv). You can adjust those settings in My Options > My Subscriptions.

You may also want to review our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Questions? Contact us.

 commUNITY is all about UNITY with other Wisconsin credit unions and supporting the movement.