When you become a member of La Capitol Federal Credit Union, your financial well-being becomes our top priority. We understand that selecting the right financial institution is an important and personal matter — but fewer fees, better rates and superior service is just the beginning.
As a credit union, profits aren’t our purpose — it’s helping people like you make the most of your money. Our members are our owners, meaning they have the opportunity to vote on certain credit union matters, including the election of our Board of Directors.
La Cap got its start in the basement of the state capitol building over 50 years ago. Since then, we’ve taken pride in cultivating strong relationships with our members and strengthening communities statewide. People are our passion.
There are many ways you can qualify for membership. Whether you’re in the capital city or up in Ruston, becoming a part of our family is a fast – and financially rewarding process.
Our roots run deep. Founded in 1961, La Capitol’s first office was in the basement of the state capitol building. But from our humble beginnings serving employees of the State Department of Commerce and Industry, we’ve grown into a statewide network with branches stretching from Ouachita to Tangipahoa. As a credit union, our purpose is not to make the most profit, but to help people like you make the most of their money. We strive to provide you with the best financial services, products, and rates and look forward to cultivating a strong relationship with each and every member. When you bank with La Cap, your money stays local, stays secure, and stays where it should — with you.
To improve the financial well-being of our members.
To be the most sought after financial services provider.
La Capitol is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, elected annually by our membership. As owners, our members also choose volunteer committee members and have a voice in other credit union matters.
When you join La Cap, you’re part of our family. We’re proud to serve communities across Louisiana.
Bonita Brown, Chairman
Cindy Rougeou, Vice Chairman
James Thibodeaux, Treasurer
J. Reginald Coco, Jr., Secretary
Rodney Braxton, Director
Terrence Ginn, Director
Beverly Hodges, Director
Don Hutchinson, Director
Christopher Keaton, Director
Jeff LeDuff, Director
Dana Vicknair, Director
Judy London, Chairman
Aaron McGee, Member
Nancy Reed, Member
Kim Walker, Member
Pat Landry, Chairman
Bob Harper, Vice Chairman
Mary Ginn, Member
Tara LeBlanc, Member
Ernest LeBlanc Jr., Member