Last modified: Thursday, July 24, 2003
Pugh named associate vice chancellor for enrollment services
Susan Pugh, currently the director of the Office of Student Financial Assistance at Indiana University Bloomington, has been named associate vice chancellor for enrollment services.
Pugh will continue to serve as the director of the Office of Student Financial Assistance. She joined the office's professional staff in 1969 and has directed it since 1988.
Pugh is considered a national expert in the field of student financial aid, particularly in areas related to the administration and management of federal student loan programs and the application of federal aid for Americans studying abroad. She has served as a consultant to several institutions and on several national advisory panels related to the area of student financial assistance. In addition, she has extensive financial aid training experience at both the state and federal levels, with college administrators as well as with high school counselors. Pugh has earned three degrees from IU, including a doctorate in education.
"Susan Pugh is one of the most highly regarded financial aid administrators in the United States. Indeed, her reputation extends to other countries as well. The Bloomington campus is fortunate to have someone of her stature," said Don Hossler, IU vice chancellor for enrollment services.