SCMIS operates in a Non-Clinical Model of Case Management that focuses on assessing needs, referring to services, coordinating care, and supporting all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.


A case manager will meet with you to have a conversation and hear from you directly what your challenges are.


We'll connect you to resources tailored to your specific needs, let you know the correct office/person to contact, where you can find assistance.


We can directly introduce you to a provider, work together with your program's staff or department heads, connect you with your academic or financial aid advisors, and act as a central touch point for other Emory offices.


This can look like on-going case management, continuing to share resources, or advocating for you.

SCMIS works with students to reduce barriers and connect them to supportive resources related to:


Housing insecurity

Food insecurity

Elevated academic concerns

Mental health

Limited financial resources that are impeding access to supplies needed for academic success

Textbook scholarship awards



Submit a Student of Concern form

Whether you’re a student interested in connecting with supportive resources, or you’re referring a student you’re concerned about, making a referral to the Student Case Management team is simple. Complete the web form below to submit a self-referral or refer a student to speak with a Case Manager. All referrals are kept private to the fullest extent possible by law and consistent with university policy. Remember that our goal is to help students be successful.

Submit Your Referral