You must be fully
cognizant of the following policies regarding academic integrity and
students are expected to abide by the "Student Conduct Code".See
Board of Regents Student Conduct Code
Please be cognizant of the following documents related to policies
on scholastic dishonesty.
All cases will be reported to the
for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (OSCAI).
Please see the following important documents
related to academic integrity and scholastic dishonesty:
You are expected to do your own academic work and cite sources as
necessary. Failing to do so is scholastic dishonesty. Scholastic
dishonesty means plagiarizing; cheating on assignments or examinations;
engaging in unauthorized collaboration on academic work; taking,
acquiring, or using test materials without faculty permission;
submitting false or incomplete records of academic achievement; acting
alone or in cooperation with another to falsify records or to obtain
dishonestly grades, honors, awards, or professional endorsement;
altering, forging, or misusing a University academic record; or
fabricating or falsifying data, research procedures, or data analysis.
(Student Conduct Code:
If it is determined that a student has cheated, he or she may be given
an "F" or an "N" for the course, and may face additional sanctions from
the University. For additional information, please see:
and other forms of scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Such
Consulting and seeking
help from others (students or non-students) on assignments and exams when
asked to do an assignment problem individually.
Consulting and seeking
help from others not in your group (students or non-students) on assignments
when asked to do an assignment problem in a designated group.
Cheating on exams.
Consulting others or using any material which is not permitted on the exam.
Copying material from
some source, such as the Internet or books, and presenting it as you own
solution or design when asked to solve a problem yourself.
Attempt to change an
already graded assignment and asking for re-grading of that material.
Attempts to fabricate
the submission date/time of a late assignment to make it appear like an on-time
Stealing some other
student's solution or program.
prepared by the TAs and the instructors during the prior years of the course
Obtaining information through the Internet and submitting it as your
own work on an assignment.
Purchasing a solution
for your assignment from someone.
All group programming assignments must be done together
and each group member must be fully involved in all aspects of
You are responsible for protecting your assignment files,
and data on your personal computer or account.
Giving access to your personal computer or account to
another student thereby enabling the student to access to your
assignment and work.
Helping or abetting another student in cheating or scholastic
You must be fully cognizant of the
CSE Lab Acceptable Use
Policy. All CSE public labs users should be familiar with the
full content of this document. However, in the interests of brevity, here
are the basic ideas:
- Do not use your account for illegal,
unethical, or unauthorized purposes.
- Protect your data with the correct file
permissions, and respect others' privacy.
- Do not share your account and passwords with
- Contact the system administrators if you
have questions, comments, or concerns about CSE's public computing
- Only use resources that have been
deliberately allocated to you, i.e., do not try to circumvent
security or administrative measures on the systems.
- Become familiar with the system, and avail
yourself of all the resources for which you have authorization.
Any case of cheating or scholastic
misconduct may result in an F GRADE
. Additionally, the matter would be forwarded to the Office for Student Conduct
and Aacdemic Integrity.