FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS — Students


I received notification that an Academic Misconduct Case has been brought against me and have read the letter you sent, but I am still unsure what my next steps are.


I was offered an expedited sanction. What does that mean?


A friend of mine was offered an expedited sanction and I was told that I had to go directly to a hearing. Why?


I acknowledge that I violated the Honor Code but I feel that the sanction that I was offered in the expedited process is too harsh. Should I ask for a hearing?


I’m having a difficult time understanding the differences of plagiarism, and I don’t want to get in trouble for accidentally plagiarizing my paper. What can I do?


Part of my sanction was a letter of reprimand. What exactly does that mean? What is its impact on my application to postgraduate schools or getting a job?


 A friend and I worked together on a homework assignment and now our professor reported us for cheating. But he never said we couldn’t work together, so why are we in trouble?


During my last test, I saw a couple of students peeking at notes they had slipped underneath their exam, but my professor didn’t see. I was so angry and frustrated! I wanted to say something, but I don’t want to be targeted as a snitch or tattletale. What can I do about it?


What are my rights during an Academic Misconduct Hearing?


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Academic Integrity

Contacts

Academic Integrity Office
707 Building, Room 332

1102 W. Wisconsin Avenue
(414) 288-0262
academicintegritycouncil@marquette.edu

Academic Integrity Director
Michelle Mynlieff, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Integrity Coordinator
Ian Privett, M.S. candidate
Student Affairs of Higher Education, College of Education

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