It is the responsibility of each student to adhere to the WCU's
standards for academic integrity. Violations of academic integrity
include any act that violates the rights of another student in academic work,
that involves misrepresentation of your own work, or that disrupts the
instruction of the course.
Other violations include
cheating on assignments or examinations; plagiarizing, which means
copying any part of another's work and/or using ideas of another and
presenting them as one's own without giving proper credit to the source;
selling, purchasing, or exchanging of term papers; falsifying of information;
and using your own work from one class to fulfill the assignment
for another class without significant modification.
Proof of academic misconduct can result in the automatic failure and
removal from the course. For questions regarding Academic Integrity,
or the Student Code of Conduct, students are
encouraged to refer to the Computer Science web page
the Undergraduate Catalog, the Ram's Eye View, and the WCU website.