Academic Dishonesty: This section sets
forth specific policies applicable to the Financial and Managerial Accounting
courses. These items expand further on the stated College Policies
contained in the "Student Code of
Conduct", which is in
the San Antonio
It is the responsibility of students and
instructors to maintain academic integrity at SAC
by refusing to participate in or tolerate academic dishonesty.
A. Below are examples of possible violations. This listing is not
exclusive of any other acts that
be said to
violate the spirit of academic integrity. Commission
of any of the following acts shall constitute
answers for or information regarding any assigned work or examination from any
unauthorized source (peers, electronic resources, electronically stored data,
textbooks, lab books, lecture notes, former students, friends, etc.) in
violation of the respective faculty member's guidelines. Possession of notes,
stored data (on calculators, computer files, etc.) or cheat sheets against
instructor's consent will be construed as an attempt to violate this provision.
with another person or persons on any assignment or examination unless expressly
permitted to do so by the respective faculty member's guidelines.
the work of other students during any examination.
examinations or assignments from faculty, computer files or other students.
answers for any assigned work or examination in violation of the respective
faculty member's guidelines.
any person or persons of the contents of any examination prior to the time the
examination is given in subsequent sections of the course or as a makeup.
with one or more persons to commit any act of academic dishonesty.
an assignment for another student.
others to commit any act of dishonesty or approaching others in an attempt to
gain their participation in acts of dishonesty.
knowledge of violations and not informing a faculty member.
advised that students caught being dishonest, in their academic work, will
receive a grade of "F" for the
It is your responsibility to review the SAC statement on academic