Academic Misconduct

Academic Misconduct - behavior which precludes one's work or that of another from being judged fairly.

Examples:

  • To take an exam in one section of a course and then to discuss the nature and content of that exam with students who have yet to take the exam.
  • To submit the same assignment to fulfill requirements in two courses without the written permission of both instructors.
  • To help with or edit another student's assignment, (including papers, projects, computer program, homework, etc.) in ways that go beyond the instructor's expectations or beyond the student's statement of sources.
  • To collaborate with another student in the planning or writing of a theme, project or computer program without the knowledge and permission of the instructor.
  • To steal and use or give away an unadministered exam.
  • To steal an administered exam so that the grades cannot be recorded.
  • To alter or change a grade either before or after it has been recorded.

  


See Also:

Cheating
Fabrication
Plagiarism
Misuse of Computing Facilities

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