- Financial Aid Processes
- Strategic Management and Planning
- Progressive Training Scholarships.
- Organizational Development
- Educational Strategy Design
- Data Trend Analytics
Kerline Eglaus,Ed.D., serves as the executive director of the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her areas of expertise include financial– aid processes, strategic management and planning, progressive training, organizational development, educational– strategy design, data-trend analytics, and scholarships.
Eglaus is recognized by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators as a certified financial- aid administrator and holds affiliations with the Colorado Association of Financial Aid Administrators and National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
Before joining MSU Denver, Eglaus served as the executive director of Financial Aid at the Lone Star College System, where she developed a financial-aid management program.
Eglaus earned her Doctorate of Higher Education Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. She obtained her Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management from Saint Leo University, and she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Social Science, along with a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate, both from the University of South Florida.
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