NOTE: The information contained in this section of the handbook is only applicable for those participating in the Accountability Process. For cases alleging Sexual Misconduct, see the “Sexual Misconduct Accountability Process” section within this Handbook.

University Case Administrator

A University Case Administrator is a faculty or staff member of the Accountability Board appointed as such by OSARP for appropriate cases. 

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

  • Interim Suspension Appeal Reviews. 

  • 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 is rejected during the last three weeks of any regular semester or during the summer. 

  • Appeal Reviews when the appeal is granted during the last three weeks of any regular semester or during the summer. 

  • Other circumstances as determined by the Director of OSARP or designee. 

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