Academic Integrity

Remote learning environments follow the same policies as in-person classes. Cheating on exams and plagiarism are examples of violations. Cheating might mean using resources that are not allowed, like code shared on GitHub, or having someone else write your essays. Plagiarism means using someone else's ideas or work without giving credit to them.

If you have any questions on what constitutes good scholarship, or the consequences of failing to work within campus expectations of honesty and professionalism, please view the available resources through the Student Handbook and University Policies, particularly section 100, Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline .