1.55 b. The Hearing Officer shall be appointed by the President of the
         University. The President or, in the President's absence, the
         Vice President for Administration may appoint a substitute for
         the Hearing Officer at any time that officer is unavailable to
         serve when [his/her services are] needed.

     c. Any member of the U. J-Board is obligated to withdraw from
         participation in a hearing when the member [doubts his/her ability]
         feels unable to hear the case fairly and objectively and to decide
         its outcome impartially on the basis of evidence adduced.

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1.63 b.   If the student requests a review of the sanction, the Appeals
         Board shall recommend what it believes to be the appropriate
         sanction to the [President] Chancellor of the academic sector
         in which the student is enrolled, who shall set the sanction.

1.64  a. The Appeals Board shall hear any case referred to it by the
          Dean of Students and/or by the Academic Ombudsman and may grant
          the written appeal of any student to hear a case not referred to
          it by the Dean of Students and/or the Academic Ombudsman. This
          written appeal must be submitted within 30 days after the Dean
          and/or the Academic Ombudsman [communicates both] has communicated
          to the Appeals Board and to the student that [either he/she
          considers the case without merit or is unable to terminate
          satisfactorily the grievance] the case is without merit or the
          grievance cannot be satisfactorily terminated.

1.65 b.  The Board may request the [Vice President for Student Affairs]
          Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Lexington Campus to give
          an applicant a scholarship, or financial aid, when such have
          been denied or withdrawn in violation of Section 2.12.

      c. The Board may request the [Vice President for Student Affairs]
          Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Lexington Campus to make
          available University facilities and services on a fair and
          equitable basis when a violation of Section 2.13 has been proved.

      d. The Board may request the [Vice President for Student Affairs]
          Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Lexington Campus to have
          any papers, property or personal effects, taken from a student's
          person or premises in violation of Section 2.21, returned to
          the student.

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1.66 a. The Hearing Officer

          The Hearing Officer shall be the Chairman of the Board[.] and
          [He/she] shall be a person with training in the law appointed by
          the President of the University for a one-year term, beginning on
          September 1, and ending on August 31. [He/she] The Hearing
          Officer shall convene and preside at all meetings of the Board,
          with the exception of the Board's deliberations on questions