• Cheating or seeking to gain an improper advantage by utilizing unauthorized materials on quizzes, tests, examinations, papers and/or other assignments.
  • Collusion or improper collaboration (unauthorized by the instructor).
  • Deception and misrepresentation of your work, your academic records or credentials.
  • Destruction of property, electronic dishonesty, hacking, etc.
  • Fabrication of sources, forgery or alteration of documents.
  • Facilitating academic misconduct by others (aiding and abetting).
  • Falsifying data from a lab report, research, clinicals or an experiment.
  • Intimidation and interference with integrity processes.
  • Misrepresenting research findings.
  • Professional misconduct.
  • Sabotaging the work of others.
  • Submitting the same assignment for different classes (multiple submission).
  • Plagiarism
    • The duplication of an author's words without quotation marks and accurate references or footnotes.
    • The duplication of an author's words or phrases with footnotes or accurate references but without quotation marks.
    • The use of an author's ideas in paraphrase without accurate references or footnotes.
    • Submitting a paper in which exact words are merely rearranged even though they are the same is misrepresentation. Misrepresentation is the submission of materials for evaluation that are not the student's own.