The purpose of this position is to counsel prospective and current students/families on all aspects of financial aid, scholarships, and student accounts, as well as participate in outreach activities and presentations to encourage timely completion of the financial aid and scholarship application processes. This includes in-person meetings, open houses, FAFSA Day, phone and email conversations, and other venues as required.
This position may also serve in the management and administration of scholarships to work closely with representatives of the College and/or department in the review and selection of scholarship candidates. Additionally, this position will provide administrative backup for federal, state, and institutional financial aid, including: Completion of federal financial aid forms (FAFSA); verification and professional judgment of students financial aid applications; awarding of financial aid on behalf of the University- including special populations of students.
This position will serve as backup for the implementation and management of a comprehensive student education program geared at student awareness of loan debt and the options available to them as well as default prevention, including but not limited to forgiveness, consolidation, forbearance processes, deferment requirements and requests as well as repayment options. Minimum qualifications for the Assistant Director of Financial Aid position include graduation from an accredited four year college or university.
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