A digital banking center for students opens at Brooklyn’s Medgar Evers College

SNIP, SNIP, HOORAY!: Representatives from Medgar Evers College and Municipal Credit Union cut the ribbon on MCU Corner, a new interactive banking center on the college’s Crown Heights campus.
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Snip, snip and welcome to the Municipal Credit Union for opening up the very first ever interactive banking center at Medgar Evers College.

The center is designed to provide the school’s 6,800 plus students with a convenient space to conduct banking transactions without employee assistance utilizing digital technologies, while also providing the school community with a tech-forward common area. The center is also open to the public, providing convenient banking to members living or working in the Crown Heights community.

This is the first MCU Corner located on any college or university campus.

“We are proud to bring MCU services to Medgar Evers College with our new MCU Corner at Medgar Evers College,” said Kam Wong, chief executive officer and president at MCU.

The MCU Corner is located in the S-Building of the campus and features an MCU ATM, three Digital Hubs where individuals can securely conduct online banking transactions while also accessing Medgar Evers’ website and student portal, phone charging stations with USB ports, and a seating area.

Dr. Rudy F. Crew, president of Medgar Evers College said, “The ribbon-cutting ceremony for a tech-forward common area with an ATM, a monitor, and three iPads is a first for a college campus and a signature moment for the growth of the campus.”

Medgar Evers College [1638 Bedford Ave., at Crown Street in Crown Heights; (718) 270–4900]

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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