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Honor Code Appendix II.

Levels of Undergraduate Violations: Lying and Stealing
Violations[FN 48] Means for Resolution Sanctions
  • Lying of a scope and scale that tends to undermine the community of trust but does not inflict significant or lasting damage.

  • Stealing when the quantity, value and/or nature of the property taken is not significant.

Informal Resolution by mutual consent of the student and the Honor Council Chair

 

OR


Either party can opt for a formal review by the Honor Council
  • Primary sanction: warning, disciplinary probation, or deferred disciplinary suspension.

AND

  • Secondary sanction: restitution, task/service participation, educational requirement, and/or loss or restriction/privileges.
Major Violations Means for Resolution Sanctions
  • Lying of a scope and scale that inflicts significant or lasting damage on the community of trust.
  • Stealing when the quantity, value and/or nature of the property taken is significant.
  • Lying or stealing designed to attain an academic advantage are presumed to be major violations.

All major violations must be referred to the Honor Council for investigation and, if necessary, a proceeding.

  • Primary sanction: deferred suspension, suspension, indefinite suspension, or permanent dismissal.

AND

  • Secondary sanction(s): restitution, task/service participation, educational requirement, and/or loss or restriction/privileges.
[FN 48] Determination of the level of violation is made by Community Values & Restorative Practices in consultation with the Chair of the Honor Council; a written rationale for that determination is made available to the Respondent.