Dear Members: 


As Rhode Island continues its statewide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, Navigant Credit Union remains committed to creating the safest environment possible for our employees, our members and our neighbors.  


Please note: Beginning on Monday, November 30th, in-person service at each of Navigant Credit Union’s branch locations will be conducted by appointment only. To make an appointment, please contact your closest branch office, click here for a listing of phone numbers.


Our branch operating hours, as well as our policies regarding drive-up and ATM services, remain unchanged. We also encourage you to utilize our digital services and online loan applications.  We will re-evaluate this temporary inconvenience when the Governor updates her executive orders on or about December 13th.   


Please do not hesitate to contact our Member Services team at (401) 233-4700 with any questions you may have or visit for our most up-to-date information.  We are here to help. 


Thank you for your continued trust in Navigant Credit Union.  

Be Well,

Gary E. Furtado

Gary E. Furtado


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