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STUDENT ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND CLASSROOM ETHICS

Clarendon College is committed to a philosophy of honesty and academic integrity. It is the responsibility of all members of the Clarendon College community to maintain academic integrity at Clarendon College by refusing to participate in or tolerate academic dishonesty. Any act of academic dishonesty will be regarded by the faculty and administration as a serious offense. Academic dishonesty violations include, but are not limited to:

1.  obtaining an examination, classroom activity, or laboratory exercise by stealing or collusion;

2.  discovering the content of an examination, classroom activity, laboratory exercise, or homework assignment before it is given;

3.  observing the work of another during an examination or providing answers to another during the course of an examination;

4.  using an unauthorized source of information during an examination, classroom activity, laboratory exercise, or homework assignment;

5.  entering an office, classroom, laboratory, or building to obtain an unfair advantage;

6.  taking an examination for another person;

7.  completing a classroom activity, laboratory exercise, homework assignment, or research paper for another person;

8.  altering grade records;

9.  using any unauthorized form of an electronic communication device during an examination, classroom activity, or laboratory activity; and/or,

10.  plagiarism. (Plagiarism is defined as the using, stating, offering, or reporting as one’s own an idea, expression, or production of another person’s work without proper credit. This includes, but is not limited to, turning in a paper purchased or acquired from any source, written by someone other than the student claiming credit, or stolen from another student.)