Academic dishonesty is defined as the submission for academic credit any work using unauthorized or unacknowledged resources, or the fabrication of any information that might affect the credit one receives. Examples of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to:
1. Cheating on an examination, including using cheat sheets or other unauthorized materials, or copying from peers.
2. Collaborating with others on work to be presented, contrary to the stated policy of the course.
3. Plagiarizing, including the submission of another's ideas or papers.
4. Submission of another's computer-related assignment as one's own.
5. Stealing examination or course materials or knowingly using such stolen materials. (This includes stealing library or other College resources.)
6. Obtaining prior information about a test from someone who has previously taken the test. (This does not include tests returned from previous semesters, which may be considered part of the public domain.)
7. Falsifying records, laboratory reports, or other data.
8. Submitting work previously submitted in another course, unless specifically authorized by the faculty member of the current course.
9. Knowingly and intentionally assisting another student in any of the above, including assisting any arrangement whereby work is submitted or performed by a person other than the student who is getting credit.
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