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Statement on Academic Integrity

See Academic Integrity at Marquette University for the Statement on Academic Integrity, the Honor Pledge and Honor Code, and Best Practices for students, instructors, researchers and staff.

Academic Dishonesty at MU (excerpts)

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Academic dishonesty applies equally to electronic media and print and involves text, images and ideas. It includes but is not limited to the following examples:

  • CHEATING...includes letting others research and write your paper; Allowing others to do the research and writing of an assigned paper
  • DISHONEST CONDUCT....includes submitting substantial portions of the same work for credit in more than one class.
  • PLAGIARISM..use of the intellectual creations of another without proper attribution.
  • COLLUSION...aiding another student in performing any of the above.
  • RESEARCH MISCONDUCT...fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism in proposing, performing, or reviewing research, or in reporting research results.

Students found committing acts of academic dishonesty will be subject to the Marquette University procedures for incidents of academic dishonesty.

Excerpted from Academic Honesty Policies and Procedures from the Office of the Registrar.

Academic Integrity - Student Responsibilities (excerpts)

Academic Honesty Means Avoiding Plagiarism

  1. Refraining from cheating and plagiarism.
  2. Refusing to aid or abet any form of academic dishonesty.
  3. Notifying professors and/or their adviser about observed incidents of academic misconduct. The anonymity of a student reporting an incident of academic dishonesty will be protected to the extent permitted by law.

Excerpted from Academic Honesty Policies and Procedures from the Office of the Registrar.

Academic Integrity - Faculty Responsibilities (excerpts)

  1. Upholding and enforcing university-wide principles of academic honesty and integrity and informing students of these principles, including any qualifications that may be operative in the classes they are teaching.
     
  2. Minimizing opportunities for academic dishonesty in their courses.
     
  3. Confronting students suspected of academic dishonesty in a way that respects student privacy.
     
  4. Affording students accused of academic dishonesty the right to appeal any resulting disputes to disinterested parties for hearing and resolution.
     
  5. Assigning an appropriate grade to a student who engages in academic dishonesty.
     
  6. Reporting all instances of academic dishonesty to the associate dean of the college offering the course.
     
  7. Protecting the anonymity of any student reporting an incident of academic dishonesty to the extent permitted by due process required for the accused and other legal requirements. Excerpted from Academic Honesty Policies and Procedures