There are eleven Academic Offences listed in Fanshawe’s Academic Integrity policy.
You can jump to the next section of this guide for more information on each offence by clicking the hyperlinks below:
- The student commits plagiarism which means taking credit for another person’s work.
- The student acts to assist or facilitate an Academic Offence.
- The student misrepresents the reasons for a missed evaluation or deadline extension.
- The student allows another person to complete the student’s academic work, excluding quizzes, tests, and exams.
- The student copies from another person during a quiz, test, or exam.
- The student participates in activities, in person or electronically, that are not permitted in the preparation or completion of academic work.
- The student uses materials, resources, or technologies that are not permitted in the preparation or completion of academic work.
- The student possesses or uses materials, resources, or technologies that are not permitted in a quiz, test, or exam.
- The student improperly obtains any evaluation prior to the date and time scheduled for the evaluation.
- The student alters or falsifies academic records in any way or submits false documentation for academic purposes.
- The student allows another person to take a quiz, test, or exam in the student’s place.
If you have any questions about Academic Offences, please feel free to email the Academic Integrity Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy A136: Academic Integrity: https://www.fanshawec.ca/sites/default/files/2021-06/a136.pdf