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Appendix

Academic Integrity Violation Files: Morris

Appendix to Policy

This appendix supports Administrative Procedure: Student Academic Integrity Misconduct Procedures - Morris Campus.

  1. REPORTS
    1. Reports from Instructors/Supervisors of resolved violations should include
      • date of the violation
      • class in which the violation occurred
      • the nature of the violation
      • evidence to support the violation
      • name(s) of student(s), instructor(s), grader(s) and proctor(s) involved
      • penalties imposed
    2. Reports from Instructors/Supervisors of unresolved violations should include
      • date of the alleged violation
      • class in which the alleged violation occurred
      • the nature of the alleged violation
      • evidence to support the alleged violation
      • name(s) of student(s), instructor(s), grader(s) and proctor(s) involved
      • penalties proposed
      • detailed reason why the matter is being referred to the Committee on Academic Integrity, including the nature of the disagreement regarding any action taken or contemplated
    3. Reports for students who are not members of the course should include
      • date of the alleged violation
      • the nature of the alleged violation
      • evidence to support the alleged violation
      • name(s) of student(s), instructor(s), grader(s) and proctor(s) involved
  2. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY FILES
    1. Reports from 1.A
      • The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is the central repository for all UMM reports of scholastic dishonesty.
      • The University will use documented reports of student conduct code violations (academic integrity and student behavior) to identify students who have persistent violations.
      • any statement provided by the student will be maintained in the file with the report
      • file is retained as directed by Administrative Policy: Managing University Records and Information and the University Record Retention Schedule for BCT files
    2. Reports from 1.C
      • same as 2.A if student is found responsible for the Student Conduct Code violation and does not contest the allegation
    3. CAI Hearing Files
    4. Confidentiality of Files
      • The academic integrity file is maintained in the Office of Student Affairs. The file is considered part of the student's academic record -- private information protected by FERPA and University policies. Any sharing of information external to the University is done only with the student's consent or as required by law.

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