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Academic Integrity Contract: Class CMPE-080N The goal of this contract is to have students make a binding, good faith promise that they will abide by the University Academic Integrity rules and regulations. Another goal is to communicate to the students what the consequences of breaking this contract are, well in advance, so that students that decide to break the rules and regulation will not be surprised when...

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