David R. Glezerman has 39 years of higher education experience, at executive and managerial levels, serving in student business service positions at a community college and a four-year public institution. As one of Financial Aid Services’ (FAS) independent consultants for Student Business Services (SBS), he offers consulting services to bursar/student account offices to assess and enhance business processes, address compliance issues and enhance customer service, among other concerns.
His experience includes serving as assistant vice president and bursar, and prior to that associate bursar for student receivables at Temple University (PA). He began his career as the student loan coordinator at Community College of Philadelphia (PA).
David is experienced with Ellucian Banner Student Accounts Receivable and the U.S. Department of Education’s suite of applications for administering federal student aid.
He has served his profession extensively as the founding chair of the National Association of College and University Business Officers’ (NACUBO) Student Financial Services (SFS) Council, founder (1984) and president of the Education Accounts Receivables Management Association (EARMA), and co-founder of the East Coast Higher Education Assistance Organization (ECHEAO) (2016). In addition, he has been, chair of the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals (ACA) Government Services Programs and Creditors’ Committees, and a current member of its Council of Delegates, as well as a member-at-large for the Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organization (COHEAO) Steering Committee. Also, David has served twice as a non-federal negotiator for the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) negotiated rulemaking programs and has been a consultant to the Health Education Assistance Loan (HEAL) Partnership Program for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Over the years, David has made numerous presentations at national, state and regional organizational meetings, including NACUBO, COHEAO, and ACA International. In addition, he has written numerous articles about student financial services and educational debt collections. In 2016, he co-authored the book "Managing and Collecting Student Receivables".
David is the first recipient of NACUBO’s Student Financial Services award (2018) and was a previous recipient of NACUBO’s Professional Development award (2010). He was named ACA International’s Member of the Year (2004) and is recognized with the organization’s designation as a Master Credit Executive.
David received his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and his Master of Business Administration from Temple University.