Jan. 26, 2001
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Student financial offices merged

Students and families soon will be able to get one-stop service on their financial accounts, as the Bursar's and financial aid offices are being merged into one unit called Student Financial Services. The streamlining process began this month, but will be complete by fall, according to director Yvonne Hubbard.

"The new office will have a more holistic view of students' financial needs and be able to guide them more efficiently through the financial maze here at U.Va.," Hubbard said. "We hope to provide more information to staff and faculty who are also trying to help students."

Changes being planned include having one phone number by June, which should eliminate the problem of getting transferred from office to office to find answers to financial questions, said Hubbard. The office will explain how to use the reorganized services to new students and parents during this summer's orientation sessions. An integrated Web site will be ready by the fall.


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