St. Mary's College of Maryland

Academic Misconduct Policy of St. Mary's College Of Maryland

St. Mary's College of Maryland is committed to the ideals of honesty, personal integrity, and mutual trust,  Academic integrity is a responsibility of all students, members of the faculty, and administrative officers.  All students are expected to uphold the highest ideals of academic integrity throughout their career at St. Mary's.

Academic misconduct may include, but is not limited to, the following acts:

1. Cheating

    Cheating involves dishonest conduct on work submitted for assessment.

2. Plagiarism

    Plagiarism is the act of appropriating and using the words, ideas, symbols, images, or other works of original expression of others as one's own without giving credit.

3. Falsification

    Falsification involves misrepresentation in an academic exercise.

4. Resubmission of work.

    No student may turn in work for evaluation in more than one course without the permission on the instructors of both courses.


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