Students are encouraged to assist each other and exchange information in order to master the concepts and skills covered in coursework and to seek tutoring from the Academic Resource Center if they need additional resources. However, collaboration on any individually graded assignment or exam to the extent that it is not an individual student’s total, personal effort will be considered a violation of academic integrity.
If a violation of academic integrity is identified by the instructor, sanctions may include a range of the following:
If a pattern of behavior related to violations of academic integrity is identified, additional sanctions may be imposed according to the Student Code of Conduct up to and including separation from the College.
To report a violation of Academic Integrity, please submit an Academic Integrity form, here.
LINE OF AUTHORITY
Responsible administrator or office: Academic Affairs
Contact person in that office: Vice President of Academic Affairs
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 16, 2023
Approved by President: August 16, 2023