The Ohio State
University at Marion
Margaret C. Hazelett
Office: 128A Maynard Hall
Phone: (740) 725-6247
Mrs. Margaret C. Hazelett, a native of Tiffin, Ohio, graduated from the Riverside School of Nursing and taught nursing at the Riverside School of Nursing, Toledo, Ohio. She graduated from Mary Manse College with a B.A. in Education, and a B.S. in Nursing. She also received an M.A. and an M.S. in Education from The Ohio State University.
She taught fourth grade and was the Reading Coordinator for the Marion City Schools. She interned as a School Psychologist at the Betty Jane Center, Tiffin, Ohio, and served as a School Psychologist for The Marion City Schools prior to retirement in 1992. Hazelett has worked every year as a licensed Psychologist in a school district on an as needed basis since retirement. She has been in private practice since 1972, owning her own Psychological Services in Marion, Ohio. She specializes in school related problems as well as special needs of children, focusing on the Learning Disabled Student, and The Developmentally Handicapped Child.
Marge has taught psychology for The Ohio State University Marion Campus for over thirty-five years. She has taught the following courses: How to Study, General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Test and Measurements, Developmental Psychology, Exceptional Children, Developmental Disabilities, and Educational Psychology. She is currently also serving as the Disability Specialist for The Ohio State University Marion Campus.
Mrs. Hazelett is very active in the community and serves on several boards as well as chairing fund raisers for the Junior Service Guild. She is a Board member for the Lecture Recital Music Club, and facilitator and board member for the Low Vision Group of Marion County.
Professionally, she is a member of the American Psychological Association, Ohio Psychological Association, Ohio School Psychologist Association, North Central School Association, AHEAD, TACCLD, NASSP, DeltaKappa Gamma, Phi Delta Kappa, Northamerican Association of Masters in Psychology, and Wild Child in Marion County. She has served on the board of most of these organizations as chair, secretary, silent auction chair or chair of the facility/food for School Psychology. Marge received the Clyde V. Bartlett Distinguished Service Award for OSPA, May 1990, as well as many awards for outstanding contributions and leadership in various community and professional organizations.
Hazelett was married to the late Hal Hazelett, former Mathematics Instructor and a founder of the OSU Marion Campus. She loves the theater, musicals, interior decorating, remodeling of homes, and she has a passion for antique cars (Marge is the proud owner of a '57 Chevrolet). She loves to travel, and get together with the family.