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Meeting with a Case Manager
Case Management is considered a private resource for students on campus. This means that case managers may share infromation on a need to know basis with university employees in order to better assist you in getting connected to resources. While not bound by confidentiality, case managers will be discreet and respect your privacy. Should you wish to speak with a confidential resource we encourage you to connect with one of the following:
- Counseling and Psychological Services
First Floor Miles Annas Building
- Office of Disability Resources
Suite 112 Anne Belk Hall
- Student Health Services
Second Floor Miles Annas Building
- Student Legal Clinic
Suite 324 Plemmons Student Union
- University Ombuds Office
Suite 236A I.G Greer Hall
Before Meeting with a Case Manager
It may be that what you are looking for is provided on our website. We encourage you to review the information on the website before scheduling an appointment with a case manager. Specifically, it may be helpful to review our Questions & Answers page.
How to Prepare for Your Meeting
Here are a few tips to prepare for your meeting:
1. Meet the Team
2. Bring along any relevant documents. These may be doctor's notes, medical records, police reports, court documents etc that may be helpful to reference while meeting with a case manager.
3. Think about what you want to focus on during your meeting with a case manager. Are there specific resources you want to discuss? A specific concern you want to address?
What to Expect During Your Meeting
During a student's first meeting with a Case Manager, factors contributing their concerns and/or struggles are identified and discussed. The case manager works with the student to identify possible supports and/or solutions by discussing both on and off-campus resources. In addition, the case manager will help students in understanding University policies and procedures.
Case managers will assist students in developing a plan and next steps. The case manager will continue to provide support to students through various check-ins whether in person or via email/phone. These check-ins occur periodically throughout the academic year, and are based on the needs of the student.
Rescheduling or Cancelling Your Appointment
If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students by calling 828-262-8284. We kindly ask that you give us 24 hours notice as it provides an opportunity for another student to schedule during that time.