There are a number of others actions that constitute academic misconduct. These include, but are not limited to:
  • Submitting the same or similar work for more than one class without the approval of both professors (double submission)
  • Providing false information to a professor (e.g. falsely claiming sickness or a family death)
  • Creating false data for an assignment
  • Signing someone else into class
  • Using a clicker other than your own during class
  • Forging a signature on an academic document
  • Falsifying a transcript or other university document
  • Seeking to gain or provide an unfair advantage during registration
  • Resubmitting altered work for a higher grade
  • Intentionally sabotaging the academic work of another student
  • Intentionally disrupting the conduct of an exam to gain or provide an academic advantage
  • Intentionally preventing other students from accessing resources for an assignment
  • Offering a professor a bribe for a higher grade
  • Lying or creating false evidence at any point during an Honor Code investigation
  • Violating confidentiality in an Honor Code case
  • Refusing to submit evidence in an Honor Code case