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-Handbook.pdf HCCS IS COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS Early Intervention Program and Services. Your success is our primary concern! If you are experiencing challenges achieving your academic goals, please contact your instructor or an early intervention coach. HCC can provide assistance with academic needs, ADA accommodations, classroom difficulties, financial concerns, and other issues. Tutoring HCCS provides free tutoring for all HCC students. Go to ; log in instructions will be provided on the tutoring page homepage Counseling Services Mission Statement The mission of the HCC Counseling Department is to provide holistic support for students pursuing their educational goals. In order to accomplish this mission, we will provide a full range of professional services including personal and career counseling, academic skills enhancement, outreach programming, consultation, and crisis intervention. HCC Counselors include licensed professionals (and Counseling interns) with masters or doctoral degrees. HCC Counselors provide the following services: Academic Advising Career Counseling Disability Support Services Personal Counseling Student Success Workshops Transfer Advising Degree Plan Completion Transcript Evaluation If you are interested in developing any of the desirable outcomes or receiving any of the services listed above, please contact a counselor at any of the HCC colleges. (click on link on right side to see all counselors and their contact information). ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTOR AND INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES
7 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY This instructor is committed to a high standard of academic integrity in the academic community. In becoming a part of the academic community, students are responsible for honesty and independent effort. Failure to uphold these standards includes, but is not limited to, the following: plagiarizing written work or projects, cheating on exams or assignments, collusion on an exam or project, and misrepresentation of credentials or prerequisites when registering for a course. Cheating includes looking at or copying from another student's exam, orally communicating or receiving answers during an exam, having another person take an exam or complete a project or assignment, using unauthorized notes, texts, or other materials for an exam, and obtaining or distributing an unauthorized copy of an exam or any part of an exam. Plagiarism means passing off as his/her own the ideas or writings of another (that is, without giving proper credit by documenting sources). Plagiarism includes submitting a paper, report, or project that someone else has prepared, in whole or in part. Collusion is inappropriately collaborating on assignments designed to be completed independently. These definitions are not exhaustive. Any

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