Academic Conduct2018-07-12T20:03:54-04:00

The College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts strictly follows the rules and policies of FIU when it comes to plagiarism.  According to the FIU Handbook, the definitions of cheating and plagiarism are the following:

Cheating: The unauthorized use of books, notes, aids, electronic sources; or assistance from another person with respect to examinations, course assignments, field service reports, class recitations; or the unauthorized possession of examination papers or course materials, whether originally authorized or not. Any student helping another cheat may be found guilty of academic misconduct.

Plagiarism: The deliberate use and appropriation of another’s work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the student’s own. Any student, who fails to give credit for ideas, expressions or materials taken from another source, including Internet sources, is guilty of plagiarism. Any student helping another to plagiarize may be found guilty of academic misconduct.

Please refer to FIU’s Academic Misconduct website and the FIU Student Handbook for more detailed information.