UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET AND SYLLABUS ATTACHMENT
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY STATEMENT
Each student is expected to engage in all academic pursuits in a
manner that is above reproach. Students are expected to maintain
complete honesty and integrity in the academic experiences both in
and out of the classroom. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not
confined to: plagiarizing; cheating on tests or examinations; turning
in counterfeit reports, tests, and papers; stealing tests or other
academic material; knowingly falsifying academic records or
documents of the institution; accessing a
academic records without authorization; disclosing confidential
academic information without authorization; and, turning in the same
work to more than one class without informing the instructors
Any student found responsible of academic dishonesty will
be subject to disciplinary action. To help ensure academic integrity,
faculty may employ a variety of tools, including, but not limited to,
More information concerning
this policy can be found on page four of the UCO Student Code of
Conduct located at:
ool (UCONNECT) is a secure web
site providing UCO student, faculty, and administrative staff with up-
to-the minute campus communications, single log-on connections to
check grades, check schedules, add or drop classes, and access online
course information. In a nutshell, UCONNECT is UCO’s campus
portal. As the official communication tool of the university, students
are expected to access their UCONNECT accounts regularly to
remain current of campus information and activities and to receive e-
mail communication from faculty and administrative offices.
In conjunction with UCONNECT, UCO provides a learning
management system (LMS) for academic use.
The LMS will be used
for many course-related functions, including but not limited to,
course communications, lecture material, turnitin.com assignments,
group discussions, course assessments, and assignment submission.
LMS use is at the discretion of each faculty member.
Contact Technology Support at
for additional information.
ADA STATEMENT REGARDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS:
"The University of Central Oklahoma complies with Section 504 of
the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities
Act of 1990. Students with disabilities who need special
accommodations must make their requests by contacting the
Assistant Director of Disability Support Services, Ms. Kimberly
Fields at (405) 974-2516.
The DSS Office is located in the Nigh
University Center, Room 309. Students should also notify the
instructor of special accommodation needs by the end of the first
week of class."
The grade “I” may only be given for work not completed