Carnegie Mellon University

Academic Disciplinary Action Overview - Violations of Policies on Cheating and Plagiarism

"Academic Disciplinary Actions" are penalties or sanctions imposed for violation of academic regulations against cheating, plagiarism, or unauthorized assistance as defined by course and/or University Policy.

 Undergraduate Students

This procedure should be reviewed in its entirety on-line: http://www.cmu.edu/academic-integrity/documents/academic-disciplinary-actions-overview-for-undergraduate-students.2013.pdf

Carnegie Mellon's Academic Disciplinary Actions Overview for Undergraduate Students is the university procedure that describes procedures for disciplinary actions against undergraduate students in cases of alleged violations of academic regulations.

Questions regarding the undergraduate policies and/or procedures pertaining to cheating and plagiarism should be directed to Lucas Christain or Aaron George in the Office of Community Standards & Integrity at 412-268-2140.

Graduate Students

This procedure should be reviewed in its entirety on-line: http://www.cmu.edu/academic-integrity/documents/academic-disciplinary-actions-overview-for-graduate-students.2013.pdf

Carnegie Mellon's policy on Academic Disciplinary Actions Overview for Graduate Students is the university procedure that describes procedures for disciplinary actions against graduate students in cases of alleged violations of academic regulations.

Questions regarding the graduate policies and/or procedures pertaining to cheating and plagiarism should be directed to Lucas Christain in the Office of Community Standards & Integrity at 412-268-2140, or Suzie Laurich-McIntyre , Assistant Vice Provost for Education at 412-268-7307.

For comprehensive information and resources regarding Academic Integrity please go to: www.cmu.edu/academic-integrity