The NASCUS Accreditation Program was adopted in 1989 to administer and assure the quality standards of states' credit union examination and supervision. The program applies national standards of performance to a state's credit union regulatory program.
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This program for state regulators provides professional recognition of superior standards to state credit union examiners and encourages further development through required continuing education hours.

NASCUS State System Profile

2022 Update launching this spring! This is a digital reference of state credit union regulatory agencies’ structure and programs. Additionally, this directory highlights key powers, such as branching, FOM, interstate operations, and more. To view the 2016 data, click here. 

NASCUS believes every credit union should have the opportunity to access credit union training anytime, anywhere. NASCUS has invested in credit unions’ future by now offering all members NASCUS OnLine University (NOLU), a leading web-based training platform. NASCUS is offering NOLU to its members at no additional cost.