Academic Integrity - Students
No, the reporting procedures outlined in the Code of Academic Integrity, require formal notice of the alleged violation.
If you see another student cheating you should inform your instructor. Students who cheat have an unfair advantage and undermine other students and the instructor.
Students are entitled to due process and can appeal their faculty member’s decision to report an incident. Students have 10 academic days to appeal. If this deadline is missed, the faculty member’s decision stands and the case is closed.
Yes, you should continue attending class. You will receive notification (via email) when your case is closed.
No, dropping the course will not invalidate the alleged violation. Faculty members can report students who are no longer enrolled in their classes for alleged academic integrity violations, including students who have dropped a course or who have graduated.
Yes. The Code of Academic Integrity applies to all academic work undertaken at the University of Arizona.