Resolution 56: Violating the Code of Academic Integrity and Dropping Courses

Passed: September 13, 2006
Sponsor: David Delchamps, chair, Educational Policy Committee
Senate Discussions:

The Resolution

WHEREAS a student charged with violating the Code of Academic Integrity can currently drop the course in which the alleged infraction occurred and suffer no consequences,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following be added to the Cornell University Code of Academic Integrity as Section II. B. 4g.

“A student charged with violating the Code of Academic Integrity in a course may not drop that course without the consent of the instructor unless the student has subsequently been cleared of the charges.”

Background


Term 2006-2007
Senate University Faculty Senate
Status Adopted 9/13/06
Abstract WHEREAS a student charged with violating the Code of Academic Integrity can currently drop the course in
which the alleged infraction occurred and suffer no consequences…
Resolution File view
Title Violating the Code of Academic Integrity and Dropping Courses
Sponsors David Delchamps, Chair, EPC
Reviewing Committee Educational Policy Committee
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