About the Financial Aid Office

Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to efficiently and effectively provide appropriate and varied opportunities for the financial assistance including both need based and non-need based funds, while meeting customer service expectations.


Statement of Ethics

The staff in the Office of Financial Aid at Southeastern Louisiana University is now and has always been committed to upholding the highest level of ethical and professional standards. Such standards are evidenced in all practices and policies established in the Office of Financial Aid and governed by various codes of ethics including, but not limited to, the Code of Ethics for Public Employees and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's Statement of Ethical Practices.

Furthermore, Financial Aid staff members refrain from participation in any activities that may directly or indirectly result in a monetary benefit to the employee. Southeastern does not promote or support a "Preferred Lenders List"; however, it does provide educational opportunities for students and parents to obtain important information from lenders necessary in making well-informed decisions.

The friendly staff members of Southeastern's Office of Financial Aid are available to answer any questions you might have during regular business hours.



Vantanee Sangpu, Financial Aid Counselor
Jacob Rester, Financial Aid Counselor
Katie Delaneuville, Financial Aid Counselor & VA Certifying Official
Laurie Davis, Assistant Director of Verification, Pell and Loans Processes
Sophie Dagro, Assistant Director of Information Systems and Veterans Services
Terry Garner, Assistant Director of Scholarships and Work Study
Hayden Wagar, Director