What is plagiarism? What is meant by "common knowledge"? What is the difference between collaboration and cheating? What is academic honesty?

Many academic dishonesty cases arise from writers neglecting to cite sources.  However, there are many other forms of academic dishonesty.  It’s your responsibility to know what is meant by "Academic Integrity" on campus. A great place to start would be the University's rules, regulations, and guidelines for academic integrity, and resources.

From a knowledge of the rules, doing your own work, citing carefully, and asking questions when you're not sure, it becomes easy to prevent costly misunderstandings, embarrassment, grade reductions, hearings, or worse.

Resources for Undergraduate Students

Video:   Academic Integrity: Some Mistakes You May be Making (Student Learning Services video)

Citations & Referencing

General Information

Resources for Instructors, Graduate Students, and Staff