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Senate Policy on Academic Integrity Procedures Requirements of Faculties & Schools
 

Summary: Senate Policy on Academic Integrity Procedures
Requirements of Faculties & Schools
Approved by Senate October 23, 2008
Revised October 20, 2010
Section 4.4 Amended October 24, 2011
Preamble
The decentralized administrative structure of the University presents a significant
challenge in attempting to develop a uniform policy that can be applied to all Faculties
and Schools. Acknowledging that there are certain issues which may be Faculty-specific
and may be addressed through individual Faculty regulations and procedures, the Senate
Committee on Academic Procedures (SCAP) has nonetheless determined that some
common standards must be maintained among academic units to ensure that all students
involved in an academic integrity concern receive equitable treatment. Therefore,
Faculties and Schools are required to develop their own procedures for handling
academic integrity concerns. At the same time, standards must be maintained among
academic units to ensure that all students involved in an academic integrity concern
receive equitable treatment.
This document outlines certain procedural requirements of Faculties and Schools,
including the essential requirements of any investigation into an academic integrity
concern, while also providing guidance regarding jurisdiction, offences, and sanctions.

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences