Statement of Principles
Students are responsible for the honest completion and representation of their work, for the appropriate citation of sources, and for respect of others’ academic endeavors. Academic dishonesty is prohibited in all programs of the university.
As used herein:
Academic Dishonesty and Misconduct Subject to Disciplinary Action
Academic dishonesty is an act in which a student:
Possible Disciplinary Sanctions
The following are the disciplinary sanctions that may be imposed by an instructor for academic misconduct:
In rare cases of egregious or repeated incidences of Academic Dishonesty or Misconduct, the instructor, dean or provost may impose the following sanctions:
Appeal to the Academic Dean
The student has the right to appeal any sanction to the dean within 10 days of receiving notification of an academic integrity infraction from the provost’s office. The dean or designee will then proceed with the following:
Appeal to the Office of the Provost
The decision reached by the dean is final, and may only be appealed to the provost’s office based on concerns regarding due process.
Grounds for Appeal of Due Process
Academic Integrity Appeals Board