Financial Aid related articles

Gallaudet University — Director of Financial Aid

Gallaudet University — Director of Financial Aid

The director is responsible for the awarding and disbursement of the annual financial aid expenditures of approximately $35 million, which includes an institutional aid budget of $8 million.

University of Michigan — Director of Financial Aid

University of Michigan — Director of Financial Aid

The director of financial aid will lead a team charged with administering a financial aid program consisting of federal, state and institutional funds that exceed $1 billion annually.

State University of New York at Oswego — Director of Financial Aid

State University of New York at Oswego — Director of Financial Aid

Provide overall leadership and management necessary to effectively administer the student financial aid program at SUNY Oswego, including fiscal management of financial aid, federal and state compliance and reporting, customer service and information, and systems management.

State University of New York at Oswego — Assistant Director of Financial Aid

State University of New York at Oswego — Assistant Director of Financial Aid

The Assistant Director reports to the Director of Financial Aid and supervises, plans, schedules and assigns work to student workers and support staff.

Texas Tech University — Director of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships

Texas Tech University — Director of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships

The director of student financial aid and scholarships serves on the Enrollment Management leadership team and leads the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships in support of Texas Tech’s ambitious strategic enrollment, retention, and graduation goals.

Wesleyan University — Vice President, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid

Wesleyan University — Vice President, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid

The incoming VP will lead a talented team of admissions and financial aid professionals charged with recruiting, assessing, and enrolling the next generation of Wesleyan students.