Frequently Asked Questions (Faculty)

1.     When should I report a student for an academic honor code violation?  Answer

2.     What is the process for reporting a student?  Answer

3.     Should I hand back tests or papers to students I have reported? Answer

4.     What should/can I say to a student I suspect has committed an academic honor code violation? Answer

5.     What should I bring with me when I report a student for an academic honor code violation? Answer

6.     What will occur in the preliminary administrative meeting the student has with the Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs?  Answer

7.     How will I know what happens between the student and the Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs? Answer

8.     If the student says he/she is “not responsible” and the case goes to a judicial hearing, what is my role? Answer

9.     What are my grading options if a student is “responsible” for a violation? Answer

10.  Am I allowed to talk to others (including the student’s parents) about the case? Answer

11.  How does an honor code F impact a student’s grade? Answer

12.  My student got an “F” in the class, but I don’t want it to count as an “honor code F.” Answer

13.  How can I re-build my relationship with the student after an academic honor code incident? Answer

14.  Can I just choose to handle a violation on my own and not report it? Answer

 

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