OTC From the Field: Financial Aid Administrators' Post-Pandemic Office Plans

This week on "Off the Cuff," Justin is joined by financial aid professionals who discuss how their offices plan to operate as we transition into 2022 where higher education, like many sectors, begins to approach a resumption of pre-pandemic operations. Tune in hear firsthand from our guests — Tyler Pruett, director of financial aid at Samuel Merritt University and Melissa Kunes, an assistant vice president for undergraduate education and executive director of the Office of Student Aid at The Pennsylvania State University — how financial aid offices are implementing new remote, hybrid, and in-person work policies. The three discuss their institutions’ plans in the months ahead, and share their thoughts on how the sector will approach a post-pandemic landscape. Plus, Hugh has a recap of the latest higher education and financial aid news.

Speakers

Justin Draeger Tyler Pruett Melissa Kunes
Justin Draeger
President and CEO, NASFAA



Tyler Pruett
Director, Samuel Merritt University



Melissa Kunes
Assistant Vice President and Executive Director, Pennsylvania State University
Hugh Ferguson
Reporter, NASFAA




 

Publication Date: 11/19/2021


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