Types of Sanctions
If it is found that a student violated the Honor Code, one or more of the following sanctions will be imposed:
- Expulsion from the University.
- Suspension from the University for a period of no less than one semester.
- Probation. A period of review and observation during which a student is under an official notice that subsequent violations of the Honor Code are likely to result in a more severe sanction including suspension or expulsion from the University.
- Written Warning (first offense only). An official reprimand that makes the misconduct a matter of record in University files. Any further misconduct could result in further disciplinary action.
- “X” on the transcript before a grade denoting an Honor Code Violation.
- Academic Integrity Workshop.
- Research Project. This sanction typically should be assigned for the educational benefit of the student and should be related to academic integrity or ethics on the whole or in the discipline in which the offense occurred. They will be monitored by the Office of Academic Integrity.
- A combination of the above sanctions.