Two directors and one associate director oversee the activities of the thirteen units in the Student and Enrolment Services Division, which offer student support services and operational support to the entire campus.
Alison Pickrell - Director of Enrolment and Student Affairs
Alison Pickrell has had an extensive career, having spent the last 30 years in post-secondary education administration. She began her career at the University of Saskatchewan, working in various capacities in the former Office of the Registrar and in Student and Enrolment Services Division (SESD).
In 2003 Alison became Registrar at SIAST, and in 2006, she became the Associate Vice-President, Student Affairs at SIAST. She returned to SESD in August 2011 as the Director of Enrolment, excited by the opportunity to enhance our recruitment and admission strategies to more actively engage with our Aboriginal and International student populations.
As a member of SESD’s senior leadership team, Alison provides overall leadership to six units within SESD – Aboriginal Student Centre, Admissions and Transfer Credit, International Student and Study Abroad Centre, Student Health Services, Student Counselling Services and Undergraduate Recruitment.
Russell Isinger - University Registrar and Director of Student Services
Russell Isinger, BA, MA, joined Student and Enrolment Services Division (SESD) in 2003. Between 2003 and 2009, he served as Coordinator of Registration and Examinations, Manager and Assistant Registrar (Academic), and Co-Manager of Student Central.
In 2009, Russell joined SESD’s senior leadership team as University Registrar and Director of Student Services. As a member of SESD’s senior leadership team, Russell provides leadership to six units within SESD - Student Finance and Awards, Disability Services for Students, Registrarial Services, Student Central, Student Employment and Career Centre and Student Information Systems.
Prior to joining SESD, Russell served as a sessional lecturer with the Department of Political Studies, College of Arts and Science, and with St. Thomas More College, as well as a research assistant at the College of Law, and he continues to serve as a Professional Affiliate with the Department of Political Studies.