Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is wanting to raise awareness regarding certain policies in the Code of Conduct at WSU. For the month of September, it is discussing Academic Integrity.

Did you know that Academic Integrity is any act or action which includes:

  • 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.

As a faculty or staff member, you are required to report academic integrity issues to the SCCS office, 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. To explore other reporting forms (such as the Conduct Reporting Form) at Wichita State, visit the Report It webpage (wichita.edu/reportit).

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is wanting to raise awareness regarding certain policies in the Code of Conduct at WSU. For the month of September, it is discussing Academic Integrity.

Did you know that Academic Integrity is any act or action which includes:

  • 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.

To report any potential academic integrity issues to the SCCS office through the school year, use the academic integrity report form. To explore other reporting forms at Wichita state, visit the Report It webpage (wichita.edu/reportit).

Do you need Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) staff to present in a classroom, at a conference, at a departmental meeting or for a program?

SCCS staff are always happy to present on any of the following topics to provide more education for students, staff and faculty on campus regarding its office or policies:

  • Overview on academic integrity
  • Overview on submitting incident reports
  • Overview on specific conduct policies found in 05/student code of conduct
  • Overview of specific data from the SCCS office
  • Hazing prevention
  • Classroom management
  • General information about Student Conduct & Community Standards

Fill out the online “Request a Presentation” form to request SCCS staff create a specific presentation. A member of the SCCS team will be assigned to work with you to meet the presentation goals and will be available to present on the topic as well as answer any questions.

Please ensure there is ample of time between the request and the presentation due date, as the presentations will take time to create. The SCCS office will do its best to accommodate presentation dates, and staff will work with you if there are conflicts.

If there are any questions, reach out to SCCS@wichita.edu.

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is wanting to raise awareness regarding certain policies in the code of conduct at WSU. For the Month of January, it is discussing damage and/or destruction of property.

Did you know that damage and/or destruction of property is defined as “Engaging in the intentional, unintentional, reckless, and/or unauthorized defacement, damage, or destruction of University property or the property of another. This includes all acts of vandalism.”

More details regarding damage and/or destruction of property and other policies in the Student Code of Conduct can be found in Section VI: Prohibited Conduct in the Student Code of Conduct Handbook.

SCCS is here to help ensure that all students’ experience is safe. As a faculty or staff member, to report any potential conduct issues throughout the school year, use the conduct incident response form to report them to the SCCS office. For other reporting forms at Wichita State, such as the Academic Integrity Reporting Form, visit the Report It webpage.

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is wanting to raise awareness regarding certain policies in the code of conduct at WSU. For the Month of January, it is discussing damage and/or destruction of property.

Did you know that damage and/or destruction of property is defined as “Engaging in the intentional, unintentional, reckless, and/or unauthorized defacement, damage, or destruction of University property or the property of another. This includes all acts of vandalism.”

More details regarding damage and/or destruction of property and other policies in the Student Code of Conduct can be found in Section VI: Prohibited Conduct in the Student Code of Conduct Handbook.

SCCS is here to help ensure that everyone’s student experience is safe. To report any potential conduct issues throughout the school year, use the conduct incident response form to report them to the SCCS office. For other reporting forms at Wichita State, visit the Report It webpage.

Do you know what academic integrity means? Are you interested in learning more about the academic integrity policy at Wichita State to ensure your semester goes smoothly?

Student Conduct & Community Standards has created a video discussing what academic integrity is. The three minute video will supplement what is already discussed in the syllabi for all your classes. The video can be found on the Student Affairs YouTube page.

For any questions regarding the video, reach out to Student Conduct & Community Standards at SCCS@wichita.edu.

Student Conduct & Community Standards has created a video discussing what academic integrity is at Wichita State and hopes faculty will consider either showing the three minute video during the first week of classes or post it on their Blackboard page.

The intent behind this video is to supplement what may already be covered in faculty’s syllabi and raise awareness regarding Academic Integrity at Wichita State. The video can be found on the Student Affairs YouTube page.

For any questions regarding the video, reach out to Student Conduct & Community Standards at SCCS@wichita.edu.

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is dedicated to raising awareness about specific policies in the Code of Conduct at WSU. For December, its focus is on failure to comply and keys.

Did you know that failure to comply is defined as “failure to comply with the reasonable directive or request (including appearing for meetings or student conduct hearings) of a university official, law enforcement officer, emergency responder or any protective order including, but not limited to, protection from abuse or stalking orders, no contact orders, no trespass notices, building or campus ban/restriction, or removal from campus housing facilities.”

Additionally, the student code of conduct has the following policies on keys: Never engage in unauthorized possession, duplication, or use of keys or access cards (including Shocker IDs and other forms of identification) or codes for any property, building, vehicle, structure or facility.

For comprehensive details on failure to comply, keys and other policies, refer to Section VI: Prohibited Conduct in the Student Code of Conduct Handbook.

SCCS is here to help ensure that everyone’s student experience is safe. To report any potential conduct issues throughout the school year, use the conduct incident response form to report them to the SCCS office. For other reporting forms at Wichita State, visit the Report It webpage.

Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) is dedicated to raising awareness about specific policies in the Code of Conduct at WSU. For December, its focus is on failure to comply and keys.

Did you know that failure to comply is defined as “failure to comply with the reasonable directive or request (including appearing for meetings or student conduct hearings) of a university official, law enforcement officer, emergency responder or any protective order including, but not limited to, protection from abuse or stalking orders, no contact orders, no trespass notices, building or campus ban/restriction, or removal from campus housing facilities.”

Additionally, the student code of conduct has the following policies on keys: Never engage in unauthorized possession, duplication, or use of keys or access cards (including Shocker IDs and other forms of identification) or codes for any property, building, vehicle, structure or facility.

For comprehensive details on failure to comply, keys and other policies, refer to Section VI: Prohibited Conduct in the Student Code of Conduct Handbook.

SCCS is here to help ensure that all students’ experience is safe. As a faculty or staff member, to report any potential conduct issues throughout the school year, use the conduct incident response form to report them to the SCCS office. For other reporting forms at Wichita State, such as the Academic Integrity Reporting Form, visit the Report It webpage.

Need Student Conduct & Community Standards (SCCS) staff for a presentation? Its team is delighted to present on various topics to educate students, staff and faculty about its office and policies.

Included topics:

  • Academic integrity
  • Incident report submission
  • Specific conduct policies in Policy 8.05 / Student Code of Conduct
  • Specific cata from SCCS
  • Hazing prevention
  • Classroom management
  • General information about Student Conduct & Community Standards and more

Fill out the Request a Presentation form, and SCCS will create a tailored presentation. The dedicated team members will collaborate with those who request a presentation to meet their goals and answer any questions. Please allow sufficient time between the request and the presentation due date, as the presentations require preparation. SCCS will do its best to accommodate schedules and address any conflicts.

For inquiries, contact SCCS at SCCS@wichita.edu.