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CBPA Policies

Academic Integrity Policy

A violation of academic integrity involves any activity that seeks to gain credit for work one has not done or to deliberately damage or destroy the work of others. It includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Plagiarism—the misrepresentation, either by intent or negligence, of another’s ideas. phrases, discourse, or works as one’s own.
  • Cheating—the act, or attempted act, of giving or obtaining aid and/or information by illicit means in meeting academic requirements, including examinations.
  • Fabrication—intentional and unauthorized falsification or invention of any information or citation in an academic sense in any academic exercise.

The following linked document contains the full CBPA Academic Integrity Policy statement, guidelines, and remediation procedures.

CBPA Academic Integrity Policy 2013

Sexual and Other Discriminatory Harassment Policy

Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct and Notification of Complainant's Rights

In addition, to read the University's Policy on Discriminatory Harassment (Non-Sex-Based).

 

 

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