Samantha Karp academic integrity checkpoint

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Samantha Karp Academic code of Integrity Checkpoint Academic code of Student Integrity is an important code that all students abide by when entering into the University. The Student Code of Academic Integrity is violated when a student knowingly plagiarizes (including plagiarizing one’s self), lies or makes up information, receives help that was not allowed, or helps another student violate any terms. When using information from other sources and not properly citing the work, students can soon find themselves in some serious trouble with the University. Not only can a student found violating the Student Code of Academic Integrity be put on academic probation they can also be expelled from school. This can have a serious affect on the student. Many other colleges will see this on the student’s transcript if they try to enroll in another college, in doing so the chances of being accepted into that college diminish greatly. A student can avoid any complications by doing one simple thing; citing. As long as all work is
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2010 for the course FIN 320 ASDFI taught by Professor Asdf during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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