Level Three Violations
Level Three violations are breaches of academic integrity that are more serious in nature or that affect a more significant aspect or portion of the course work compared with Level Two violations.
- Repeat Level Two violations.
- Presenting the work of another as one’s own.
- Copying work on exams.
- Plagiarizing portions of a written assignment.
- Acting to facilitate copying during an exam.
- Using prohibited materials, such as books, notes, or calculators, during an examination.
- Conspiring before an exam to develop methods of illicitly exchanging information during the exam.
- Altering examinations for the purposes of re-grading.
- Acquiring or distributing copies of an examination from an unauthorized source prior to the examination period.
- Submitting purchased materials such as a term paper.
- Fabricating data by inventing or deliberately altering material. Fabrication includes citing “sources” that are not, in fact, sources.
- Falsifying information to receive an extension or other modification for an exam adjustment.
May include an F for the course and probation for one or more terms or permanent dismissal, depending on the seriousness of the violation.