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Resolving Academic Misconduct by Instructor Admonition

Instructor Filing a Complaint of Academic Misconduct

 
     
     
 

PROCEDURES FOR RESOLVING ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT IN LSA

Cases in LSA of alleged violations of academic integrity are to be referred to the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education and Executive Director of the Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center (1213 Angell Hall). Each faculty member is responsible for supporting academic integrity and following the procedures for either admonishing the student or filing a complaint of academic misconduct before imposing any penalty for student misconduct. Prior, however, either to admonishing a student and imposing a penalty or filing a formal complaint, all faculty are encouraged to call or email the Office of the Assistant Dean (764-7297; eanurse@umich.edu) for consultation.

A student may be accused of academic misconduct whenever a faculty or staff member believes, after reasonable investigation where necessary, that academic misconduct has occurred and that the student has some responsibility for it. An instructor who believes academic misconduct has occurred may either give the student an admonition and a poor or failing grade on the work, or file a formal complaint of academic misconduct with the Assistant Dean, who then will handle the case.

Resolving Academic Misconduct by Instructor Admonition

Instructor Filing a Complaint of Academic Misconduct

 

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