- Acquisition of term papers or other assignments from any source and the subsequent presentation of those materials as the student's own work, or providing term papers or assignments that another student submits as his/her own work.
- Distribution or use of notes or recordings based on university classes or lectures without the express permission of the instructor for purposes other than individual or group study.
- Any use of external assistance during an examination shall be considered academically dishonest unless expressly permitted by the instructor.
- Unauthorized collaboration on a project, homework or other assignment.
- Using an essay, term paper or project in more than one course without permission.
- Taking a course, portion of a course or exam for another student or allowing another individual to take a course, a portion of a course or exam for someone else.
- Using university computer and word processing systems to gain access, alter and/or use unauthorized information.
- Fabricating: Submitting material for lab assignments, class projects or other assignments which is wholly or partially falsified, invented or otherwise does not represent your work.
- Dividing into separate papers a study that is more accurate as a single entity.
- Double Dipping: Submitting a paper for publication that has already been disseminated in a significant way (published in a journal, presented at a conference, posted on the internet) without indicating so to the intended publisher.
- Any act which gains or is intended to gain an unfair academic advantage may be considered an act of academic dishonesty.