The On-Campus Undergraduate Programs dean, the associate dean for Academic Affairs (ADAA), or Vice President of Student Life are responsible for responding to violations of the Honor Conscience and/or Rules of Conduct, and for any conduct related to academic integrity. The respective College administrator will:
- Contact person(s) involved to determine whether there is cause to conduct an investigation.
- Practice due process and due diligence when evaluating all information.
- Decide to investigate further based on the information collected or issue a sanction.
- Allow the student to appeal the sanction in writing to the president with in 15 days of receiving the sanction. The president’s decision in the matter is final.
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