Student Awards and Financial Aid

Financial aid administrator appointed acting director

Marian Doll, a financial aid administrator since May 1990, will assume the position of acting director of the Student Awards and Financial Aid office while a formal search identifies a permanent successor to Aase Houser, who will retire August 1.

In announcing the appointment, Dave Bussière, assistant vice-president, admissions and records, praised Houser’s almost 40 years of service to the university, characterized by her “calm demeanour, diplomacy and tact” when dealing with stressful situations.

Work-study positions to join myCareer system

Campus employers hoping to submit job proposals for the 2012 work-study program will see changes in the process, but participating students should experience no difference.

The program funds part-time employment for students demonstrating genuine financial need – generally at no cost to campus employers.

Students apply through the “awards search” on the Student Information System or myUWindsor portal; the Student Awards and Financial Aid office determines their eligibility. The student application and approval process will remain unchanged.