Student Services

We are committed to helping you reach your academic goals. Our entire Student Services staff is dedicated to providing you with guidance and resources to optimize your Graduate School experience in and beyond the classroom.


Deb Selin

Contact Deb with questions on registration, tuition & fees, deferment forms, textbooks, add/drop, withdrawals from class/school, degree changes, enrollment, degree verifications, immigration, and veteran's benefits. 


Deb Selin

Assistant Financial Aid Administrator

Jennifer Olson

Contact Jennifer with questions on receiving federal loans to assist in paying for your education, funding packages, and financial aid disbursements.


Director of Enrollment and Student Services

LeAnn Brown

Contact LeAnn with questions on scholarship/grant applications and transfer credit opportunities.


LeAnn Brown

Student Success Coordinator and Accommodations Coordinator

Jessica Lackner

Contact Jessica with questions about American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations, online and on-campus new student orientation, residencies, the Student Assistance Program, student life, study skills, time management, etc.


Jessica Lackner

Instructional Designer and Educational Technologist

Dr. Ginger Howell

Contact Ginger with questions about course layout and structure, training on course technology (Populi, Jabber, WebEx, Zoom, VoiceThread, PowerPoint) and troubleshooting technology issues.


Dr. Ginger Howell

Clinical Placement and Credentialing Coordinator

Brenna Weston

Contact Brenna with questions regarding clinical placements and professional licensure/certification. She also oversees career development initiatives for students and graduates as well as facilitating alumni engagements.


Brenna Weston

Admissions Advisor

Ashley Peltier

Contact Ashley with questions on visiting with us in person or online, master's degree and certificate program application requirements, enrollment and life as a student.


Ashley Peltier

Contact Technology Services with questions about using Outlook or for assistance with troubleshooting email issues, resetting email passwords, etc.


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.

The 500-acre Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation campus in Center City is a picturesque setting conducive to contemplation and learning. Multiple study areas are available to students including the library, student lounge, two computer labs, atrium and study tables. Additional study space may be reserved by contacting Twyla Ramsdell, Registrar of Administrative Services, at 1-651-213- 4180 or