Read the latest HECMA Annual Report, with celebrations of achievement from the past year and directions for new growth
Learn more about how HECMA is fostering diversity and inclusion
Read the new HECM standards by The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education
Learn more about the benefits of HECMA membership
Members: Take advantage of our newly searchable HECMA Library
Read more about the history of HECMA
The Higher Education Case Managers Association provides case managers working in post-secondary institutions with a professional identity and the resources to advance recommended practices, knowledge and research in order to promote and enhance the well-being of campus communities. HECMA also welcomes higher education professionals with an interest in case management, campus threat assessment, behavior intervention teams, and/or CARE systems.
HECMA provides members with access to an extensive resource library, a growing array of publications, professional development opportunities, and a robust discussion board to tap into a community of colleagues.
These are sample resources available to members in the Library. Please visit the Library for additional resources.
Behavioral Sciences and the Law article entitled The Concept of Leakage in Threat Assessment
Rubric created by HECMA for evaluation of CM programs
2017 Biennial membership survey presentation and results
Rubric describing multicultural awareness, muticultural knowledge and multicultural skills
CAS standards for Case Management
2017 Membership survey report
Connect to the community of higher education case management professionals through online forums, webinars, conferences and mentorship.
where members share expertise and resources
registration for the HECMA Conference
pairing experienced case managers with those new to the field
with ten years' worth of documentation, guides, and resources, including recent resources addressing current needs
regarding HECMA news and important trends in the field of higher education case management
and ongoing professional development provided by experts within the field of higher education case management
Department: Office of Student Affairs
Institution: Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health