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Regulations

A. Academic Integrity

A. Academic Integrity

All academic work should be the result of an individual’s own efforts and should be free of fraud and deception. Students may not give or receive unauthorized aid in completing academic work and meeting academic requirements as those acts may constitute academic dishonesty.

1. Academic dishonesty includes, but not limited to, cheating, plagiarism, fabrication of information or citations, facilitating acts of academic dishonesty by others, unauthorized prior use of examinations, submitting the work of another person or work previously used without approval, and tampering with the academic work of others. See the Procedures for Disposition of Academic Dishonesty Cases in the Fledgling.

See the menu at right for the link to file an appeal of an academic dishonesty charge.  The appeal must be made in 5 business days of the charge.