Honor Code and Academic Dishonesty
All Online Credit students are expected to comply with the CU Boulder Honor Code Pledge: “On my honor, as a University of Colorado Boulder student, I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance.”
Any instance of academic dishonesty as defined in the CU Boulder Honor Code constitution will be subject to the same disciplinary actions that main campus students would undergo.
Key Excerpts from the CU Boulder Honor Code constitution:
(Definition of) Academic Dishonesty: Any act in which a student gains, or attempts to gain, an unfair academic advantage over other students. These acts may include, but are not limited to:
Plagiarism: Portrayal of another’s work or ideas as one’s own
Cheating: Using prohibited notes or study aids, allowing another party to do one’s work/exam and turning in that work/exam as one’s own, copying another student’s course work, and collaborating on course work when prohibited
All students of the University of Colorado Boulder enrolled in credit or non-credit classes are subject to the Honor Code for academic matters. The jurisdiction of the Honor Code includes, but is not limited to, the University of Colorado Boulder Campus, Continuing Education programs, and Study Abroad programs.