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Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity Review & Report Procedures

Olivet Faculty members are highly encouraged to report allegations of academic dishonesty and the actions taken to the Office of the Dean of Students in order to be protected from accusations of misconduct and unfair grading.

国产偷拍视频In case involving alleged academic integrity violations, the appropriate action is initiated by the course instructor or appropriate university official.

1. Initiating a Complaint

国产偷拍视频If the instructor has reason to believe, based on observation or other evidence, that a student has violated the university academic integrity standards, he or she should make reasonable attempts to meet with the student and discuss the alleged violation and the evidence which supports the charge. When necessary, such discussions may be conducted by telephone or electronic mail. In this meeting every effort should be made to preserve the basic teacher/student relationship. The student should be given the opportunity to respond to the complaint.

If the violation is discovered during the final exam period, the instructor should assign a mark of "M" until he/she has had an opportunity for such a meeting. Likewise, if the instructor's grade penalty is a grade of "F" for the course, a mark of "M" should be assigned if the student does not admit responsibility for the violation and accept the grade penalty.

Also, because the student may contest the allegation, he or she must be allowed to attend all classes and complete all assignments until the complaint is resolved.

2. Sanction and Consequences

Unless the instructor dismisses the allegation, he or she will determine an appropriate sanction for the violation.

  • Sanctions include but are not limited to: grade sanctions (e.g., "F" in course, grade reduction for course, "F" on assignment or exam) and dismissal from the college. In addition, sanctions of suspension or expulsion from the university may be assessed through a review process when requested by the instructor, requested by the academic or administrative unit in which the violation occurred, or when indicated by university standards (such as the seriousness of the misconduct or the existence of previous academic violations by the student).

Refer to "Academic Dishonesty Sanction Guidelines", when determining which sanction is most appropriate for the violation.

  • Students may not withdraw from a course in which they have committed or have been accused of committing an academic integrity violation. Students found to have withdrawn from a course in which an academic integrity violation is alleged or determined will be reenrolled in the course upon receipt of a violation report by the Office of Student Affairs. In addition, students found responsible for an act of academic dishonesty in a course in which they have participated but have not enrolled, will be retroactively enrolled and assigned an appropriate sanction.
  • Sanctions for second offenses will be more severe and generally will include suspension or expulsion.

3. Reporting Violations

As soon as possible (preferably within 15 days but not later than one year from the date of discovery of the incident), the instructor will provide the Office of Student Affairs with a completed Academic Integrity violation form. The instructor likewise will make a reason- able attempt to provide a copy of the report to the accused student.

4. Response to Report

Once a report of an Academic Integrity violation has been submitted, the Office of Student Affairs will review the report, confirm whether or not the accused student has a previous disciplinary record at the university, and notify the student of the allegation in writing. A copy of the notification will be sent to the instructor submitting the report and to his/her college dean.