The Dean of Students Office currently houses two Case Managers. The CARE Case Manager, Greg Luli, assists and supports students through stressful life circumstances, behavioral health concerns, medical concerns, and other needs. The Title IX Case Manager, Allison Gillis, assists students who have been impacted by sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment.
The Case Managers assist students on a case-by-case level by assessing each student’s unique needs. Goals are developed with students in order to increase their overall well-being, academic success, or overall student success. The Case Managers do not provide counseling or therapy. Instead, the Case Managers work as a support system, and provide administrative interventions and referrals. The Case Managers also assist faculty, staff, and students in understanding mental and behavioral health and Title IX in order to reduce stigma of student services.
If you know a student in need of Case Management, please contact Greg Luli or Allison Gillis. If the student you are concerned for may pose a risk to themselves or to others, please make a referral to the CARE Team. If you are aware of a Title IX concern, submit a referral here.
Examples of Case Management Services
- Meet with student in-person to assess needs
- Liaison with students and other offices
- Refer student to the Counseling and Testing Center, Student Conduct and Community Standards, Zip Assist, Center for Academic Advising and Student Success, or Rape Crisis Center of Medina and Summit Counties, as well as other University resources and off-campus community supports
- Continue to work with students through meetings, calls, emails, and personalized support and care
To make a Case Management referral, contact:
Greg Luli - CARE Case Manager Allison Gillis, LSW - Title IX Case Manager
Phone: 330.972.2374 Phone: 330.972.7266
Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: 152 Student Union Office: 152 Student Union