Cheating

  • Copying answers from another person or submitting another person's work as one's own
  • Collaborating on any assignment that is intended to be completed individually
  • Submitting as one's own any course assignment created by someone else
  • Using any unauthorized resources while completing an exam, quiz, or assignment
  • Unauthorized resources include (but are not limited to):
    • Notes
    • Electronic devices
    • Solutions manuals
    • Cliff's Notes
    • Anything not permitted by the instructor or proctor
  • Stealing (or having in one's possession without permission) any exams, materials, or property belonging to faculty, staff, or another student
  • Receiving the answers to exam questions or other assignments
  • Having another person take a class and/or exam for the enrolled student
  • Facilitating academic dishonesty (i.e., helping or attempting to help another to commit a dishonest academic act)
  • Doing another student's assignment (excluding collaborative learning assignments or joint assignments approved by the instructor)
    • Some examples may include (but are not limited to):
    • Completing a student's assignment
    • Writing (or re-writing) a major portion of a student's assignment
  • Giving a student answers to exam questions or other assignments