For Administrative Review Meetings, typically one dean serves as the Case Administrator (sending letters, processing decision forms, assigning administrative reviewers, etc.). Another dean may serve as the administrative reviewer (meeting with the student, making a determination of responsibility, assigning a community status and accompanying terms, etc.). Many of the administrative reviewers are professional staff members from across Campus Life who are not necessarily deans. 

For upper-level hearings, one dean serves as the Case Administrator and may chair the hearing while another dean serves as the Investigator. The Chair does not have a vote in the decision but presides over procedural issues during the hearing and deliberations.