CASES OF ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT
In cases where a student registered in another School or College
at the University of Michigan (e.g., Engineering, Nursing, Kinesiology,
Art and Design, etc.) is alleged to be responsible for academic
misconduct in an LSA course, the authority of the College of LSA
extends only to determining whether or not the alleged action
is a violation of the LSA Community Standards of Academic Integrity.
If so, the instructor is free to assign whatever grade penalty
he or she determines is appropriate. The Office of the Assistant
Dean for Undergraduate Education and Executive Director of the Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center will recommend a sanction or sanctions to the appropriate
office of the other School or College in which the student is
registered, but that School or College has the responsibility
for imposing any recommended or other substitute or further sanction
it determines is appropriate.
In cases where a student registered in LSA has been found responsible
for academic misconduct in a course offered by another School
or College at the University of Michigan, the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education and Executive Director of the Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center in LSA will notify the student in writing
of the disposal of the case and of any sanction or sanctions being
imposed by the Assistant Dean. The student has the right to appeal
that sanction (but not issues of responsibility or innocence)
to the Assistant Dean.