of furthering the highest standards of personal and academic integrity. The repeated course is graded with the same grading option as the original,.e., students may not exercise a different grading option for a repeated course, unless it is now a required grading scheme. These consequences include, but are not limited to: a delay in graduation, external institutions/entities viewing these grades as failing grades, loss of eligibility for certain scholarships and/or financial aid, loss of full-time status and/or loss of a refund. As students we strive to come to class on time and to be prepared for the material at hand. Darrell Duffie, Yossi Feinberg, Francis. The provost or designee conducts a review of the appeal materials, may seek additional information, and may consult with the student, faculty, chair(s associate dean(s deans and others.
Late registration is not guaranteed. Health Sciences, Nursing and Dental students may be required by their departments or colleges to receive additional immunizations. Students may contact the Office of Research Compliance for more information by phone at (414) (human subjects and radiation safety) or (414) (animals and biosafety). Administrative withdrawal is an action normally taken by the university for disciplinary, conduct, lack of professional competence or academic reasons other than low grades or lack of degree progress. Academic Misconduct Policy Definitions of Academic Misconduct Academic misconduct includes, but is not limited to, individual violations, helping another student with any form of academic misconduct, failing to report any form of academic misconduct, or intentionally interfering with the educational process in any manner. Commencement is held in May, following the spring term. (For the effect of F, WF, U and UNC grades, refer to Academic Review.) Graduate students may not be assigned a C-, D or a D grade in any course whatsoever, including undergraduate courses. "Required to Withdraw for Non-Academic Reasons: Suspension" appears on both unofficial and official transcripts. At the same time, the Academic Integrity Council director sends a letter specifying the penalty to the students college/school office, and the faculty member in whose class the misconduct occurred. Students should consult with their adviser before registering for these types of classes to determine the appropriate number of credits for which to enroll.
Separate procedures and/or outcomes may be invoked when students are found in violation of professional standards or codes of ethics related to special programs, licensure or certification as determined by the programs external or internal professional requirements. The following sections provide representative examples of academic misconduct.