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CASE Credit Union opens new location in renovated Gannon Building

CASE Credit Union opens new location in renovated Gannon Building
Nikki Nicolaou

Jaimie Bozack
Staff Writer

As the fall semester approaches there are a wide variety of new spaces and places to be found on LCC’s campus.

One of the new places is the CASE Credit Union branch, located inside the Gannon Building.

When students walk to the new west entrance of Gannon they will see a spacious new purple office on the left as they walk down the hall.

CASE Credit Union has been partnering with Lansing Community College for 12 years. Branch Manager Krista Keiffer said she hopes the new location will bring in more students and help spread financial awareness around campus.

“We love the atmosphere of the new building,” Keiffer said. “It’s more welcoming and we are located in a more noticeable part of the building.”

Keiffer said she is excited to have a new space and new members of CASE Credit Union. According to Keiffer, CASE is easy for students to join.

“CASE is very convenient for students who are on campus,” Keiffer said. “We also have a wide variety of ATM’s all over campus and have convenient hours that work with student schedules.”

CASE Credit Union is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

According to Keiffer, opening an account on campus is easy and only costs $6.

“We will be participating in activities and giveaways during Welcome Week (in early September) here at LCC,” Keiffer said. “We also provide student credit cards for students looking to start credit.”

Student Chris Martinez said he is excited to be a part of CASA Credit Union.

“I just opened an account today,” Martinez said. “I heard that CASE was a good credit union. It’s close to my classes and will be the best option for me.”

Keiffer said CASE officials like to be connected with LCC.

“We … just want students to stop in, check us out and hopefully open up an account.” Keiffer said.

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