Academic integrity is a basic principle, which requires that students take credit only for ideas and efforts that are their own. Cheating, plagiarism, and other forms of academic dishonesty are defined as the submission of materials in assignments, exams, or other academic work that is based on sources prohibited by the faculty member. Substantial portions of academic work that a student has submitted for a course may not be resubmitted for credit in another course without the knowledge and advance permission of the instructor. Academic dishonesty is further defined in the Student Code of Conduct.
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT #1
Cheating, Plagiarism, or Other Forms of Academic Dishonesty:
In addition to any adverse academic action, which may result from engaging in academically dishonest behavior, the University specifically reserves the right to address and sanction the conduct involved through the Student Judicial Review Procedure outlined on this website in the Student Conduct section. Academic actions are reviewable under the Academic Dispute Resolution Procedure.