Intellectual honesty is a cornerstone of all academic and scholarly work. Therefore, the faculty view any form of academic dishonesty as a very serious matter. The Academic Judiciary Committee (AJC) and the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Committee of Academic Standing and Appeals (CEAS-CASA) are responsible for the establishment of general guidelines for dealing with academic dishonesty in the colleges and for the consideration of individual complaints. Further information regarding functions of the committees is available from the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and the Undergraduate Student Office in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Intervention by the Student Judiciary addresses inappropriate conduct and serve to educate students on how their behavior affects themselves, others, and the University community.