Examples of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to, the following:
- The unauthorized use of notes, books, electronic devices, or other study aids while taking an examination or working on an assignment.
- Providing unauthorized assistance to or receiving assistance from another student during an examination or while working on an assignment.
- Having someone take an exam or complete an assignment in one's place.
- Securing an exam, receiving an unauthorized copy of an exam, or sharing a copy of an exam.
- The presentation of words or ideas from any other source or another person as one's own without proper quotation and citation.
- Putting someone else's ideas or facts into your own words (paraphrasing) without proper citation.
- Turning in someone else's work as one's own, including the buying and selling of term papers or assignments.
(C) Other Forms of Dishonesty
- Falsifying or inventing information, data, or citations.
- Failing to comply with examination regulations or failing to obey the instructions of an examination proctor.
- Submitting the same paper or assignment, or part thereof, in more than one class without the written consent of both instructors.
- Any other form of academic cheating, plagiarism, or dishonesty.
Click here to read the full contents of Regulation 4.001 Code of Academic Integrity.
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