Student Services staff are dedicated to providing you with guidance and resources to optimize your Graduate School experience in and beyond the classroom. For questions regarding specific programs or services, please contact staff members listed below. Registration Information For questions regarding registration, tuition and fees, deferment forms, textbooks, add/drop, withdrawals from class/school, degree changes, and enrollment or degree verification, please contact: Deb Mattison, Registrar 1-651-213-4282 DMattison@HazeldenBettyFord.edu Student Assistance Program–Counseling Services The Student Assistance Program is a confidential and voluntary program that allows students to seek assistance for professional or personal issues. Up to three sessions for assessment are available at no cost to the student each year. Students are financially responsible for further services. For information please contact: LeAnn Brown, Manager of Enrollment and Student Services 1-651-213-4092 LTbrown@HazeldenBettyFord.edu LeAnn can also answer questions regarding Mantoux testing, immunization records, Freedom from Chemical Use Problems form, Verification of Student Identity form, and diversity grant applications. Financial Aid For questions about accessing federal loans to assist in paying for your education and questions about funding packages and financial aid disbursements, please contact: Connie Kastens, Assistant Financial Aid Administrator 1-651-213-4001 CKastens@HazeldenBettyFord.org Library The Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Research Library serves as both an in-person learning center and a 24-hour virtual learning resource. As a student, you have access to: The library’s extensive on-site collection of addiction-related books, pamphlets, journals, newsletters, government documents, and audiovisuals Personal assistance in locating and retrieving articles and books found in other collections near and far Personal assistance in helping students locate and access unlimited virtual and electronic resources The library’s 24/7 internet/intranet portals of important links and access points to resources in the field During library hours, a professional librarian is available to assist you and respond to your questions and requests. For more information, please contact Ann Geht.