Information on the process—or even who to report a complaint to—isn't easily accessible or clearly presented to students. Different administrators handle different reports—even for seemingly similar offenses. For example, Tanyka Barber, director of diversity and equal employment opportunity and the Title IX coordinator for the school, primarily handles cases between faculty members or between faculty members and students. Seymour Chambers, the head of student affairs and chief judicial officer, handles complaints from students who report that another student sexually assaulted them. And Chambers admits to being "slightly uncomfortable" hearing the intimate details of a sexual assault when he started the job.