All coursework is essential to the integrity of the College and your credentials. Be mindful of your integrity as you prepare assignments and tests. Behaving in an immoral or unethical manner in the completion of your academic work is dishonest and jeopardizes your integrity, the integrity of the College and a violation of the SCC Student Code of Conduct. The core principles of integrity create a foundation for success in all of life’s endeavors. Integrity in academic settings is a fundamental component of success and growth in the classroom. It prepares students for personal and professional challenges as well as providing a blueprint for future fulfillment and success.
Examples of Academic Dishonesty include, but are not limited to the following:
If you have a question about academic honesty, consult your instructor.
Southeast Community College is committed to Academic Integrity and the value of your education. Faculty will report violations to Student Services and penalties can include the following dependent upon the total number of reports or severity of the act in accordance with protocols detailed in the SCC Student Code of Conduct:
Students have the right to appeal actions through the Student Code of Conduct Appeal process or the Academic Grievance Process. See the Campus Dean of Students for more information.