Academic Integrity:Academic Integrity is defined as earning credit honestly through your own efforts. Academic Integrity should be the number one priority for student-athletes, as the sanctions for violating, for all students are punitive and may result in suspension from the Institute. The most common forms of academic dishonesty are the following:
Cheating on exams.
Cheating on Assignments and Unauthorized Collaboration.
The NCAA has defined academic fraud as knowledge of involvement in arranging for fraudulent academic credit or false transcripts for a prospective or enrolled student-athlete, fraudulence in connection with entrance or placement examinations or any special arrangement regarding academics by an institutional employee. Examples of academic fraud include, but are not limited to:
- A professor giving a student-athlete a grade he or she did not earn.
- A tutor or other athletics department representative completing work the student-athlete is responsible for completing.
- Someone completing correspondence coursework for a student-athlete.
- Someone taking a placement exam for a prospective or enrolled student-athlete.
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