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Academic Honesty Policy

**All student work for assessment purposes must be the student's own work.**

Examples of intellectual dishonestly include, but are not limited to, the following: Plagiarism

  • copying of or representation of another's work as one's own
  • claiming information from the Internet as your own work (duplicating materials)
  • giving or receiving work of another student for the purpose of copying
  • copying classwork, homework, or lab work of another student
  • all information/work that is researched, (i.e. obtained from a source that is not the student) must be properly cited/credited
  • falsification of data, information, or citations

**All student work for assessment purposes must be the student's own work.**


  • providing false information
  • giving a false excuse for missed assessment
  • falsely claiming to have submitted work


  • duplication of any assessment materials
  • unauthorized use of technology to record, digitize, photograph or communicate any assessment materials


  • theft of any assessment materials
  • being in possession of any secure assessment materials


  • disseminating or receiving answers, data, or other information by any means other than those expressly permitted by the instructor (including all acts of collusion)

**Students who violate the intellectual honesty policy will have all relevant assessments invalidated (receive a mark of zero) and all cases will be referred to administration for review.**

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