This professional staff member reports to the Associate Bursar
for all assigned functions and is responsible for assisting with
the day-to-day operations of the Bursar’s office. Assists in
creating and implementing related business processes and is
responsible for compliance interpretation and issues for
University, Federal and State programs.
With overview from the Associate Bursar, manages the administration
of the Medical Tuition Credit program.
Schedules, coordinates, implements, and analyzes third-party
billing and waiver procedures, and also serves as a point of
contact for third-party administration.
Ensure that bursar and financial policies are followed and internal
controls are enforced.
Evaluate reporting needs and develop ad hoc and daily operational
reports based upon those needs using available reporting tools.
Develop a standard set of benchmarking statistics to be gathered
and reported throughout the year.
Works with management to review and update office policies and
procedures to reflect changes in regulations. Assist in management,
development and support of staff training, research, review, and
work with the Bursar and Associate Bursar on Federal Title IV
regulations and compliance.
Informs, reviews, and communicates regulatory changes and potential
impact with the management of affected bursar procedures, serving
in a cross-functional capacity as representative for Bursar and
Student Financial Assistance.
Assist the Associate Bursar with all liaison duties related to the
Performs other duties as assigned
Three years' experience in a bursar, higher education or billing
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activities, facilities, programs or employment practices. Requests
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and our drug and alcohol abuse and prevention program designed to
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