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Current Sanctioning Guidelines for UC San Diego Page 1 Academic Integrity Violations: The UC San Diego Response
 

Summary: Current Sanctioning Guidelines for UC San Diego Page 1
Academic Integrity Violations: The UC San Diego Response
At UC San Diego, we respond to academic integrity violations with two goals: 1) to educate our students in matters of personal and
professional integrity and ethics and 2) to provide consequences for violating the UC San Diego Policy on Integrity of Scholarship. We
believe that the majority of students will respond to this two pronged approach in a way that serves to create an academic integrity culture
on campus.
The most critical community response to student cheating is reporting it to the Academic Integrity Office. If students are NOT reported, there
will be no education and there will be no record of behaviors that could be replicated from class to class throughout a student's degree.
Current Sanctioning Guidelines for UC San Diego
(adapted in part from UC Riverside; last authorized on February 7th, 2011 by UCSD Academic Senate Committee on Educational Policy)
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY VIOLATION SANCTIONS
We have categorized academic integrity violations into four levels, provided here with an
illustrative , but not exhaustive, list of behaviors:
The list of sanctions here are likely in the average
situation; however our trained professionals do
exercise professional judgment and consider context
when ultimately deciding on the most appropriate
sanctions.
CATEGORY ONE VIOLATIONS
Policy violations are characterized as Level One when it is reasonable to conclude that the

  

Source: Abagyan, Ruben - School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California at San Diego
Russell, Lynn - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 

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