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Through collaboration with CUNA and Affiliates, the first SRCUS Management School was established in 1970 and has a long history of providing quality programming to credit union professionals. The two-week school was initially held at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta and had an original first year class of 30 plus students. Since the school’s formation, it has graduated over 1,200 credit union management professionals from 21 states and the District of Columbia. The curriculum is reviewed and revised each year to continue meeting the ever-changing needs of today’s credit union professionals. The program provides a well-rounded curriculum and experiential opportunities for professional and personal growth, challenging each participant to achieve their highest potential by engaging them in learning activities that stimulate critical thinking and increase confidence. The school is currently held each year in June at the University of Georgia, Georgia Center for Continuing Education in Athens, GA.
During the three years of SRCUS, participants focus on coursework that helps develop their operational, managerial and leadership abilities. The curriculum addresses the following topics:
Registration to Open March 8, 2022
Mark your calendars for June 12 – 17, 2022 as Southeast CUNA Management School prepares to return for in-person learning! Although plans are subject to change, the 2022 session is set to return to the University of Georgia campus in Athens, Georgia. Any updates to these plans will be shared by the SRCUS Advisory Committee, who is working hard to ensure an optimal learning experience for all participants.
Tuition: $1,945 per student if paid on or before April 15, 2022 ($2,095 after this date) Program features:
The mission of the Southeast CUNA Management School (SRCUS) is to provide students the opportunity to develop their leadership capabilities so that they can contribute to the success of their credit unions. The school utilizes faculty from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business and experts from the credit union industry. The curriculum is designed to be delivered over a three-year period with students in residence for course work each summer for eight days. In between the summers, students apply the knowledge gained from the School to projects that require strategic analysis of their credit unions and research of relevant issues facing the credit union industry.
The annual SRCUS Scholarship, awarded by LSCU on the basis of future potential, involvement in the credit union movement, and other criteria, exists to encourage credit union personnel to become more informed, competent employees through attendance at the School. Scholarship proceeds are used towards tuition for the current year; recipients must re-apply each year.
SRCUS scholarships are available to professionals from LSCU-affiliated credit unions. Funding for this scholarship program is provided by the Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools and the LSCU.
Scholarship applications to 2022 Southeast Regional Credit Union Schools (SRCUS) were due by April 29, 2022. Scholarships have been announced and awarded to credit unions.
The Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) awards professional development grants throughout the year for credit union CEOs, employees, board members and supervisory committee members to attend the League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates (LSCU) and Credit Union National Association (CUNA) educational events.
The professional development grants program is designed for smaller asset size credit unions and credit unions with financial hardships. The grants not only cover tuition or registration fee but may also cover a portion of travel costs. Professional development grants are awarded to individuals who best exemplify the credit union philosophy, and whose attendane at approved programs would be beneficial in the prepetuation of credit union goals and ideas.
Professional development grant requests must be received at least 30 days before the event. Credit unions receiving SAS (Small Asset Size) funds must exhaust those funds before they are able to receive professional development grant awards.
Join fellow alumni, current students, faculty, and special guests on June 16th & 17th for our always exciting live debate, reception, and graduation and luncheon. Please RSVP by June 3!