Learn more about academic integrity at WSU

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is raising awareness regarding certain policies in the code of conduct at WSU. For the month of February, it is discussing academic integrity.

Violation of academic integrity includes any of the following acts or actions:

  • Plagiarism
  • Unauthorized use or possession of materials or resources
  • Unauthorized collaboration or consultation
  • Fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of information
  • Academic interference
  • Unauthorized resubmission
  • Facilitation of academic misconduct
  • Bribery
  • Unauthorized sale, distribution or receipt of academic materials
  • Research misconduct as identified in policy 9.13/misconduct in research.

More details regarding Academic Integrity violations can be found in section VI: prohibited conduct in the academic integrity handbook.

WSU faculty and staff are required to report academic integrity issues to SCCS, if outcomes are assigned to the student, such as an assignment grade reduction, course grade reduction, assignment resubmission, etc., use the academic integrity report form.