A University Case Administrator is a faculty or staff member of the Accountability Board appointed as such by the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices for appropriate cases.

When appointed, a University Case Administrator is authorized to individually conduct the following stages of the Accountability Process:

  • Interim Suspension Appeals.
  • Accountability Board Case Reviews occurring as a result of an Interim Suspension enacted during the last three weeks of a semester or during the summer.
  • Accountability Board Case Reviews when the decision rendered at an Administrative Case Review occurs during the last three weeks of any regular semester or during the summer is rejected.
  • Appeal Reviews, when one is granted, during the last three weeks of any regular semester or during the summer.

 

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