The College of Business will not tolerate academic dishonesty. The College of Business has a strong policy of academic discipline for action against students who commit academic dishonesty or conduct themselves inappropriately in the classroom. A proven case of academic dishonesty will normally result in the student being denied admission to or dismissed from the College of Business.
Academic dishonesty is defined by the Code of Student Conduct in the Undergraduate Catalog. Its definition pertains to but is not limited to cheating, fabrication, falsification, multiple submission, plagiarism, and complicity. It is the student’s responsibility to maintain high standards of ethical conduct, intellectual integrity and to be familiar with the definition of academic dishonesty.
As evidence of the seriousness with which the College of Business regards these matters, academic dishonesty allegations are handled in accordance with College of Business Procedures for Dealing with Academic Dishonesty.
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