Prohibited Conduct

Academic Misconduct

Academic Misconduct

A. Academic Sabotage. An intentional effort to corrupt or negatively impact the academic work of another student.

B. Cheating. Completing academic assignments with or for other students or parties without permission from the class assigned faculty member; using any unauthorized materials to assist on assignments; misusing study aids such as Chegg, Quizlet, Course Hero, etc., to pass class assignments; using test banks or copying answers from another source or student. Any act or behavior that gives the student an unfair advantage.

C. Fabrication. Falsifying, altering or creating data, information, or a citation to meet the requirements of an academic assignment or for any improper purpose. Knowingly presenting false or falsified official documentation such as transcripts, doctor’s notes, supervisor evaluations, application materials, etc.

D. Facilitating Academic Misconduct. Helping another student participate in any act of academic dishonesty.

E. Plagiarism. Misrepresenting the scholarly or academic work or ideas of others as one’s own (whether reproduced and presented verbatim or in paraphrased or summary form); recycling a previous assignment as a new assignment without proper citation or notification of faculty members.