Tarleton names Sean View new director of Student Financial Aid

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STEPHENVILLE (July 21, 2015) — Tarleton State University officials has named Sean View as the new director of Student Financial Aid.

“Sean brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the university’s Student Financial Aid Office, which serves as a key resource to help students achieve success at Tarleton,” said Dr. Javier Garza, assistant vice president of Enrollment Management. “Nearly 70 percent of Tarleton students receive financial aid in some form. The office strives to provide exemplary service to our students, and we are confident that Sean’s 12 years of experience has prepared him to lead the administration of increasingly complex federal, state and institutional programs, as well as additional outreach and education on college affordability and financial literacy.”

View replaces Donna Hartmann-Turner, who resigned from the position in February 2015.

Most recently, View served as a higher education consultant for Financial Aid Services Inc. and deputy director of Financial Aid for the University of Rochester (NY). His prior experience also includes serving as director of Financial Aid at Westminster College (Salt Lake City) for five years and for two years as associate director of Financial Aid at Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Geneva, NY).

View received a bachelor’s degree in Information Management & Technology from Syracuse University and a MBA with Certificate in Financial Planning from Westminster College.

“The opportunity to serve at Tarleton State University, where financial aid is valued as key to students’ access to higher education and their success, is exciting,” View said. “The role student financial aid and its services play keeps evolving, and I will work toward strengthening this resource at Tarleton.”

To lean more about Student Financial Aid at Tarleton, visit www.tarleton.edu/finaid.

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