Justin Streater has been selected as Cameron University’s Director of Financial Assistance Services, pending approval by The University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents.
“Mr. Streater’s knowledge and expertise in student financial services will be a tremendous benefit to Cameron University students and communities within our service area,” says Jerrett Phillips, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success. “His passion to help students graduate without incurring massive debt aligns perfectly with the university’s mission. The Director of Financial Assistance Services must be forward thinking and innovative as they lead a service oriented team toward a common goal – to serve the students and stakeholders of Cameron University. I am confident that Justin’s background, positivity, and creativity will fulfill those objectives.”
“I'm looking forward to truly becoming an integral member of the Cameron University family as well as the Lawton community,” Streater says. “Throughout my career in financial assistance, I’ve learned that the one fact that never changes is that the students and their experiences come first. One of my goals is to help qualified Cameron students identify every possible financial aid opportunity. By providing exceptional customer service to Cameron students and their parents, my team hopes to alleviate some of the stress that accompanies the financial aspect of paying for a college degree. We are committed to keeping student debt to a minimum so that Cameron graduates won’t be overwhelmed by student loans once they complete their degrees.”
As Director of Financial Assistance Services, Streater will be responsible for the administration and oversight of programs and personnel that ensure the efficient, equitable, and student-centered delivery of federal and state student aid, veterans’ educational benefits, and Cameron University scholarships. In addition to serving students through his direct responsibilities, Streater has committed that the Financial Assistance Services Office will be an active campus and community partner thereby improving the literacy of student financial aid and college affordability.
Streater brings 13 years of experience as a dedicated financial aid officer in higher education. He comes to Cameron from his position as Director of Student Financial Services at Colorado State University-Pueblo. He was previously Director of Financial Assistance at Seminole State College in Seminole, Oklahoma.
Streater holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology-Mental Health and a Master of Education from Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow.
June 11, 2019