Adrian College Academic Integrity Policy Consistent with Adrian Colleges

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Adrian College Academic Integrity Policy: Consistent with Adrian College’s mission statement and based on principles of integrity and honesty, Adrian College seeks to develop students who are scholars capable of working independently. This includes the ability to analyze, organize, express and synthesize information in an original fashion. Any student who engages in behaviors that violate academic integrity and honesty can face disciplinary proceedings that may involve dismissal from Adrian College. Faculty members who suspect dishonesty in their classes have several options. The first is to notify the student(s) of suspected dishonest, meet with the students, and if a violation is determined, impose appropriate academic penalties available to the faculty member (e.g., reduced or failing grade for project or class). The faculty member should also file a note about the incident in the student's file in the Student Affairs office for reference if the student is found in a similar situation at a later point. The faculty member may also refer the matter to the Student Affairs office for action in addition to or in lieu of taking action in the classroom. Contact the Associate Dean for Student Affairs at x3142 for more information. Expectations for Academic Honesty: 1. No student shall intentionally or inadvertently present others’ ideas as his/her own. 2. No student shall give or receive assistance on course assignments beyond the guidelines established by the professor.
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3. No student shall violate the ethical standards as established by the professor including, professional association of the discipline or other sanctioning bodies such as the state or federal government. 4. No student shall falsify, fabricate or distort data through omission. 5. No student shall engage in conduct that destroys another person’s work or hinders another in her/his academic endeavors. 6. No student shall forge a signature of a faculty, staff member or student. 7. No student shall misrepresent his/her personal accomplishments or misrepresent information on his/her Adrian College career. Definitions of Academic Dishonesty 1. Academic dishonesty includes attempts to present as one’s own work, that which is not.
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  • Fall '16
  • Rita Kinnell
  • Academia, Academic dishonesty, Adrian College

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