Students are expected to prepare and present their own work to satisfy academic requirements. Embry-Riddle considers academic dishonesty a very serious offense.
The Academic Integrity violations process is followed in all cases of suspected academic dishonesty. Sanctions may include failure of a test or assignment, failure of a course, suspension, or dismissal from the University. Academic Integrity violations include the following:
An Academic Integrity violation will go before the Honor Board when it is the second offense for undergraduate students and masters-level students or in the event that a student’s disciplinary record in conjunction with the Academic Integrity charge meets the threshold of possible suspension. In instances of broad cheating or in combination with other violations (such as computer security policies and false information), a case could be elevated to the Honor Board for adjudication and possible suspension or dismissal. Doctoral candidates should refer to their academic catalog regarding incidents of Academic Integrity.
***Applicable rules and regulations may be modified or updated from time to time, and shall be binding as of the date published. Students and applicants are bound by the terms in effect at the time of any event or occurrence. The electronic version of applicable rules, regulations, and procedures shall be the official current version.