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may be considered for readmission through this option. Transfer credit will be evaluated and appropriately awarded. The application process includes the submis- sion of the 2007-2008 New Start Application for Admission , official academic transcripts from all schools attended since leaving Illinois State, and a statement describing your potential to do well acade- mically as described on the New Start application. In some cases, additional supporting documents may be requested from the University in order to complete your application. You are strongly encouraged to file an application as soon as possible during the priority- filing period for the term for which you are applying. Application deadlines are posted on the Admissions Web site at and the 2007-2008 New Start Application for Admission . Students may exercise the New Start Option only once. Such students will have “New Start” indicated on their transcript. New Start will affect only the cumulative GPA. All grades earned at Illinois State, regardless of when earned, will be used in the calculation of the major GPA, the minor GPA, and graduation honors. Students who are admitted through the New Start Policy will be admitted on academic probation. Students who reenter under the New Start Policy must follow the Undergraduate Catalog in effect at the time of reentry. To be eligible for graduation, a student must earn at least 30 semester hours at Illinois State University after exercising New Start. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Students are expected to be honest in all acade- mic work. A student’s name on any academic exer- cise (theme, report, notebook, paper, examination) shall be regarded as assurance that the work is the result of the student’s own thought and study. Offenses involving academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to the following: a. Cheating on quizzes or examinations occurs when any student is found using or attempting to use any book, paper, or other article, or assis- tance from any individual intending to deceive the person in charge of the quiz or examination with reference to his or her work. No books, notes, papers or related articles shall be used at any quiz or examination unless specifically authorized by the person in charge. Conversation or other communication between individuals in examinations and quizzes is for- bidden except as authorized by the instructor. b. Computer dishonesty is the unacknowledged or unauthorized appropriation of another’s program, or the results of that program, in whole or in part, for a computer-related exer- cise or assignment. c. Plagiarism is the unacknowledged appropria- tion of another’s work, words, or ideas in any themes, outlines, papers, reports, or computer programs. Students must ascertain from the instructor in each course the appropriate means of documentation. Submitting the same paper for more than one course is considered a breach of academic integrity unless prior approval is given by the instructors.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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