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Academic Integrity Tutorial for Undergraduates: Consequences of Plagiarism

Consequences of Plagiarism

Consequences of Plagiarism

Here are the possible consequences of plagiarism:

  • professors may award a grade of zero for the project, paper, or examination in question
     
  • professors may record an F for the course
     
  • when appropriate, expulsion may be recommended
     
  • notation of the event is made in the student’s file in the academic dean’s office

The Academic Integrity Quiz