This involves the act of contravening recognized norms and standards for academic inquiry or specific expectations established by faculty for specific assignments or using other methods (including technology) to gain academic advantage. Some examples of cheating include but are not limited to the following:

  • Knowingly assisting another person who is attempting to cheat or plagiarize.
  • Falsifying or Manufacturing data
  • Using unauthorized materials during an exam, when writing a paper, or in completing other assignments
  • Unauthorized collaboration
  • Receiving assistance beyond what is permitted.
  • Presenting the same work to fulfill the requirements of two distinct courses without securing permission from the course instructor of the second course or both instructors' permission if the same work is presented in two courses during a Term or in distinct Terms.