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Faculty Resources

Thank you for consulting the Office of Student Conduct's website to learn more about academic integrity and scholastic dishonesty. We hope that the information that we have provided for you will help with any scholastic dishonesty or disruptive behavior concerns that you may have. While at our website, we encourage you to explore all the information you feel will be essential to answering these questions. In submitting your referral, you must complete the form below:

Faculty Referral of Honor Code Violation (Online Form)

Faculty Referral of Honor Code Violation (Word)

Faculty Referral of Honor Code Violation (PDF)

Once you have completed this form, forward it to the Office of Student Conduct with supporting documentation where a discipline sanction may be imposed. We ask that you keep in mind that the student has the right not to sign the form and must be given the opportunity to deny the allegations.

Faculty academic integrity resources for online courses

With the University's decision to move courses online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester, the Office of Student Conduct wants all faculty to know that we are here to assist faculty with nagivating Academic Integrity in online environments. Below is a guide to assist faculty with this transition and provide resources. Faculty may also contact the Office of Student Conduct for consultation and assistance by e-mailing Dan Moore at or the Office of Student Conduct general e-mail at

Faculty Academic Integrity Guide for Online Learning

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Break out

Spend your Spring Break doing more than getting a tan by volunteering for projects in Florida, California, New Orleans, or other locales.

Alternative Spring Break