Students Affairs Case Management

3rd Floor, Place Riel, University of Saskatchewan


Case Management services provides coordinated support to students in crisis, students who are at-risk, and/or students experiencing complicated and complex problems using the following methods:

  • Assessment of student needs
  • Crisis prevention and intervention
  • Development of an action plan
  • Navigation of campus & community resources
  • Problem resolution
  • Linkages and referrals to other support services and/or academic services
  • Ongoing support and follow up
  • Outreach to students in distress or in crisis

Case managers do not provide therapy.


Referrals to the Case Mangement Office are managed by the Student Affairs Case Manager (SACM). Contact the SACM at (306) 966-5757 or by email at

Urgent After-Hours Assistance

Additional Crisis Services

Student rights and responsibilities

Client Rights
  • be treated in a kind and respectful way in a welcoming and safe environment free of discrimination 
  • clear information about the services we provide, what you can expect from the Case Mangement Office and what will be asked of you in this process
  • know the names and educational backgrounds of our staff
  • be informed about confidentiality
  • consent to or refuse service and understand the potential implications of such decision
  • review or receive a copy of the action plan or action items developed between you and the case manager
  • ask questions and express any concerns that you may have
Student Responsibilities
  • be courteous and respectful of Case Management Office staff
  • respect the privacy and confidentiality of other students
  • recognize that the needs of other students may be more urgent than your own
  • be an active participant in the assessment, decision-making and therapy process
  • provide complete and accurate information to the best of your ability
  • let your Case Manager know if you have any questions or concerns about the work that you are doing together
  • arrive at your appointments on time
  • provide advance notice if you are unable to attend an appointment

Students of Concern Advisory Team (SOCAT)

The Students of Concern Advisory Team is a campus wide multidisciplinary team of student service professionals from across campus. The team is committed to the safety and wellbeing of students and the wider university campus community.


Tracy Spencer
Manager, Student Affairs and Outreach