Tim Cason, M.Ed.
Areas of expertise
Behavioral Intervention and Case Management
Comprehensive Record Keeping and Database Management
Organizational Conduct Management
Policy and Program Development
Training/Presentations Development and Facilitation
Speaking and writing
Cason, T., Fiannaca, P., Olivares-Urueta, M. (2020). North Texas Community College Consortium Fall Leadership Conference, “Eliminating Barriers to Student Success”
Cason, T., Logan, E. (2020). ASCA Conference, “Boot Camp for Community Colleges Practitioners” Pre-Conference Training
Cason, T., Minor, L. Rode, J. (2019). Texas Higher Education Law Conference, “A CARE Team & Its Effects on the Campus Ecosystem”
Bates, J., Cason, T., Bunton, E., Grewe, M., McCraw, B. (2019). ASCA Conference, “Take My Money! A Critical Perspective on the Efficacy of Fines”
Cason, T., Zambreski, M. (2019, February). ASCA Conference, “Boot Camp for Community Colleges Practitioners” Pre-Conference Training
Cason, T., Peirano, M. (2019). ASCA Conference, “Educating Educators: Navigating Educational Efforts for Faculty and Staff”
Cason, T., Lamb, D. (2018). Texas Higher Education Law Conference, “‘So...I have this student…’: When to Report, How to Report, and What the CARE Team Does”
Cason, T., Finch, M., Griffith, A., Kitchell, E. (2018). ASCA Conference, “Creating the Guiding Light: Revising Your Campus Codes”
Cason, T. (2017). Texas Association of Community College Student Affairs Administrators (TACCSAA) Annual Conference, “Lunch with a Title IX Practitioner: The Current State of Title IX”
Cason, T., Rodriguez, A. (2017). TACCSAA Conference, “Unique Characteristics of a Community College Behavior Intervention Team”
Angotti, J., Cason, T., Hambleton, M. (2017). ASCA Conference, “The Change Imperative: Collaboration Rather than Confrontation with Inter/National Fraternal Organizations”
National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP)
Higher Education Case Managers Association (HECMA)
National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA)
Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA)
Association of Student Conduct Administration (ASCA)
B.S., Communication Studies, Texas Christian University
M.Ed., Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of South Carolina
Tim Cason, M.Ed.
“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experiences…” - Helen Keller
Tim Cason is a passionate professional who has worked in higher education at multiple institutions nationwide, serving high school, college, and adult education populations. He is well-versed in engaging key stakeholders, including executives, faculty, staff, and students, regarding student conduct, behavioral intervention and case management work, Title IX, and other civil rights laws. Cason is committed to proactively cultivating an environment of trust and productivity through actively listening, collaboration, and thinking practically.
Cason is an exceptional presenter who utilizes effective active learning and teaching strategies to deeply and consistently impact his audience. He is experienced in synthesizing information, applying research from promising practices, and pulling from practical experience to meet the situation’s unique needs.
Most recently, Cason served as the Director of Student Conduct & Prevention Education and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for the Trinity River Campus (7,000+ students) of Tarrant County College, a community college located in Fort Worth, Texas. In this role, he oversaw the student conduct process, served as the co-chair and case manager for the CARE Team, facilitated a student emergency assistance fund, and served as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Additionally, Cason fulfilled these roles for the Connect (e-learning) Campus (12,000+ students).
He also previously served in the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards at Wichita State University, where he investigated and resolved alleged policy and Title IX violations and provided case management support to the behavioral intervention team. Additionally, Cason previously served in the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity at the University of South Carolina.
He holds a B.S. in communication studies from Texas Christian University and an M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina.