Scholastic Dishonesty is defined in Section 203 of the Student Code of Conduct.
The Handbook of Operating Procedures outlines the responsibilities and guidelines for faculty and addresses issues of scholastic dishonesty in Chapter 2.37.
Student Conduct and Community Standards is responsible for the Administrative Due Process for scholastic dishonesty cases. Student Conduct and Community Standards is available for consultation to assist with beginning the process. Contact Us.
The Faculty Disposition of Scholastic Dishonesty Case form is used by Faculty to initiate disposition or resolution to any issue of Scholastic Dishonesty related to class. When scholastic dishonesty is encountered or suspected, this form should be filled out by the faculty member and used to meet with the student. It should also be signed by a faculty member’s chair of dean. More information on scholastic dishonesty. Faculty Disposition of Scholastic Dishonesty Case
The No Report Form is used to establish a non-punitive grade replacement while a Faculty Dispositions of Scholastic Dishonesty is pending. No Report Forms are used most often when the incident occurs near final grade time. Faculty are responsible for notifying their Academic Dean’s office when grades are submitted, noting that pending the outcome of a scholastic dishonesty case, an “NR” should be posted for the student’s grade. The Academic Dean’s office prepares a memo, which is then forwarded with the grades to the register’s office, who records the NR. (NR stands for “No Report”). Faculty members are asked to use the No Report Form any time final grades will be reported during the fourteen (14) day appeal window. If the student does not exercise his/her right to appeal, grades may be posted on the fifteenth (15th) day. Faculty members will receive a follow up letter from Student Conduct and Community Standards providing additional instructions. The No Report Form