NASFAA Welcomes Tony Erwin to Business Services

We are pleased to welcome Tony Erwin to NASFAA’s new Business Services team. Tony comes to NASFAA with more than 20 years of experience in student services including financial aid, enrollment management, student affairs, employment, billing, veteran affairs, and immigration. In his role at NASFAA, Tony serves as principal consultant, working directly with schools to identify and solve compliance and operational issues and helping to launch NASFAA’s new consulting services.

Most recently, Tony served as the vice president for enrollment management and student affairs at Merrimack College. Prior to Merrimack, Tony was the associate vice president of enrollment and dean of student financial services at Northeastern University; associate director for student aid and finance at Stonehill College; and assistant director of financial aid at Berklee College of Music. Tony also worked as a school trainer for the U.S. Department of Education for 12 years.

Tony has been an active member of the financial aid community, serving as president of the Eastern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. He has also participated in a variety of NASFAA committees and served as a regional representative on the NASFAA Board of Directors.

Tony graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Stonehill College and will soon complete his Master of Science in Leadership at Northeastern University. Tony is proud to have earned all 17 NASFAA professional credentials.

The Business Services team is available to review, write, or complete your policies and procedures, develop custom training, provide interim leadership, consult on financial aid and enrollment management issues, and more. You can reach Tony directly by email, or by phone at 202-785-7287.   


Publication Date: 3/28/2019

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