Regulations for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity
Students are required to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. Breaches of these standards of academic integrity include, but are not limited to:

Cheating: conduct designed to mislead those responsible for making a judgment on a student's academic performance or standing, including:

i. Unauthorized conveyance or receipt of examination or test questions
ii. The giving, receiving or utilizing of unauthorized information or assistance in completing an assignment, test or examination
iii. Breaches of the regulations for examinations set out in the Annex
iv. Impersonating another student or allowing oneself to be impersonated by another student in participating in a test or examination
v. Submission of academic work containing purported statements of fact or references to sources that have been fabricated
vi.

Presenting for credit work that has already been accepted for credit in another course


Plagiarism: the presentation of work which originates from other sources, including the work of other students, as the student's own work, without appropriate attribution to the source.

Reporting of Cases of Academic Misconduct
Review by Head of Department/Division
Referral of Cases to Dean/Director IPO
Student Appeals to the Executive Vice-President & Provost
Referral of Cases to the Executive Vice-President & Provost and the Student Disciplinary Committee
Student Appeals to the President
Annex: Regulations for Examinations