Financial Aid Professional:
Title IV regulations; department policies and procedures; proactive counselor; financial literacy and debt management tools; effective manager and supervisor (2 counselors, 1.5 assistants); served approximately 1500 students including those of diverse nationalities, cultures and economic backgrounds. Assist in managing $72M+ program budget.
Efficient use of computer programs, e.g., lender, guarantor, enrollment management programs; proficient or better in most MS Office programs.
Manager of free-lance writers and correspondent reporters, ensuring compliance with publishers' guidelines, production scheduling and unexpected deadline changes.
National Association of Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA)
Eastern Association of Financial Aid Administrators (EASFAA),
Deleware, District of Columbia, Maryland Association of Financial Aid Administrators (DEDCMD [Tri-State] ASFAA),
Southern Association of Financial Aid Administrators (SASFAA)
Virginia Association of Financial Aid Administrators (VASFAA)
Working knowledge of the Code of Federal Regulations
Able to provide immediate and essential support
Skilled at individualized counseling
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