Any issues occurring within a classroom, class-related activity, or class-related function fall within the Academic Integrity Policy and are referred to the Provost’s Office. Issues that are non-class related are referred to the Judicial Board.
The Academic Integrity Policy provides a meaningful process to address
various levels of student conduct that impact the academic process and
ensures the students receive due process for more serious cases of
academic violations. IUP’s Academic Integrity Policy has been approved
by the University Senate, the president, and the Council of Trustees.
Questions or concerns regarding Academic Integrity should be referred to Lynnan Mocek in the Provost Office, 724-357-3001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Types of Violations
A listing of the 12 types of violations outlined by the Academic Integrity Policy
A guide to assist faculty and students with understanding the Academic Integrity process
A listing of the possible sanctions that may result from an Academic Integrity violation
A flowchart designed to help faculty and students understand the process for handling Academic Integrity violations
Policy and Procedures
A pdf copy of IUP’s academic integrity policy.
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Hotline
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