Academic Honesty

Students are expected to be honest and ethical in their academic work. Many students do not understand what academic dishonesty is. It is important that you are familiar with its different forms so that you can maintain your integrity as a student.

Academic dishonesty includes altering or misusing documents; impersonating, misrepresenting, or knowingly providing false information as to one's identity; providing false information regarding completion of course sections or quizzes.

Students are accountable for dishonest acts committed prior to and during enrollment with the CEU Plan. The term "students" includes quiz takers, prospective students and enrolled students. Students who engage in acts of academic dishonesty related to CEU Plan may be denied additional course registration or continued enrollment in courses, and may be denied certification credits.