PLEASE NOTE: Academically dishonest behaviors include, but are not limited to, the brief examples described below. If you're concerned about what constitutes academic dishonesty we encourage you to speak with your professor; or, if you do not feel comfortable doing so, please contact the Honor Code office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plagiarism: Portrayal of another’s work or ideas as one’s own.
Cheating: Using unauthorized notes or study aides, allowing another party to do one’s work/exam as one’s own, or submitting the same or similar work in more than one course without permission from the course instructors.
Fabrication: Falsification or creation of data, research, or resources; or altering a graded work without the prior consent of the course instructor.
Aid of Academic Dishonesty: Intentionally facilitating plagiarism, cheating, or fabrication.
Lying: Deliberate falsification with the intent to deceive in written or in verbal form as it applies to an academic submission.
Bribery: Providing, offering, or taking rewards in exchange for a grade, an assignment, or the aid of academic dishonesty.
Threat: An attempt to intimidate a student, staff, or faculty member for the purpose of receiving an unearned grade or in an effort to prevent the reporting of an Honor Code violation.
Resubmission: Completing original work for one class and then resubmitting the work, in full or in part, to another class without permission from both instructors and/or without proper citation.