University Authorities and Appellate Officers

Respondents, University Authorities and Appellate Officers
Respondent University Authority

Offers informal resolutions. Decides upon and implements responsive action, including disciplinary sanctions.

Appellate Officer[1]

Decides appeals as set forth in the policy.

Student The campus office responsible for investigating and adjudicating potential Student Conduct Code violations other than prohibited misconduct: 1) offers informal resolutions; and 2) implements responsive action. Hearing decision-makers decide upon responsive action. For students on the Twin Cities campus: Executive Vice President and Provost or designee

For students on the Morris, Rochester, Duluth and Crookston campuses: Chancellor or designee

Faculty or staff member Dean, Vice President, Vice Chancellor or equivalent senior administrator that oversees the respondent or the respondent’s department or unit For faculty on the Twin Cities campus: Executive Vice President and Provost or designee

For staff on the Twin Cities campus: Vice President for Human Resources or designee

For staff and faculty on the Morris, Rochester, Duluth and Crookston campuses: Chancellor or designee

Third party University official who retains or oversees the third party, as designated by the responsible Vice President, Vice Chancellor or equivalent senior administrator Twin Cities campus: Vice President for Human Resources or designee

Morris, Rochester, Duluth and Crookston campuses: Chancellor or designee

Twin Cities Deans Executive Vice President and Provost  President
Vice Chancellors and Deans on the Crookston, Duluth, Morris and Rochester campuses Chancellor President
Executive Vice President, Senior Vice President, Vice President or Chancellor President Board of Regents or Special Committee of the Board of Regents
General Counsel President, with approval of the Board of Regents To be appointed by the Board of Regents
President and other employees who report to the Board of Regents Board of Regents To be appointed by the Board of Regents

[1] If the identified Appellate Officer also served as the University Authority in the case, the Appellate Officer will be the President or President’s designee.

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