Case Management can help take the weight off of your shoulders.

Prioritizing needs – Students who have multiple concerns in their personal, family, or academic life often don’t know what to tackle first. We can help you prioritize and develop a plan of action.

Problem-solving – Students often have conflicting priorities or don’t know how to break down problems to resolve them. We can guide you through a problem-solving process and empower you to find solutions that work for you.

Navigating complex university processes – NDSU has many institutional policies and procedures, and it can be overwhelming for a student trying to find their way through the process. We are friendly guides to help you bridge the various departments. 

Accessing resources – Provide linkage to on-campus and off-campus resources.

Post-psychiatric hospitalization follow-up – Following a hospitalization for mental health distress, students may meet regularly with a case manager to assist the student with their care plan and have a smooth transition back to campus.  If the student cannot return, the case manager will assist them in identifying available options. 

Communicating with faculty and staff – Often students do not know how to express themselves effectively with faculty or how to advocate appropriately for themselves. We can help you practice and craft appropriate communication with faculty and campus departments. 

Facilitating hope – There may not be a solution to every problem, but there is always a path forward. Case Management can help you discover that path. 

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