Shelia Stewart feels right at home in her position as bursar at The University of Toledo.
“I attended school at UToledo, and I worked here for more than 20 years,” Stewart said. “I am very happy to return to this beautiful campus and an institution that is close to my heart.”She started her new post June 3 and oversees student accounts, billing and collections, as well as some treasury functions. The bursar reports to the associate vice president of finance and treasurer.
Stewart returns to UToledo after 17 years at Wayne State University, where she was bursar.
Prior to that, she held many positions, including bursar, assistant director of student accounts and information systems, and budget officer in UToledo’s Division of Finance from 1982 to 2002.
A UToledo alumna, Stewart received an associate degree in business management technology in 1987, a bachelor of science degree in individualized programs in 1990, and a master of education degree in educational technology in 1998.