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Honesty in all matters is a valued principle at Judson University. Members of this community of learners - students, faculty, staff, and administrators are expected to treat each other as trustworthy, honest, and honorable.
Any form of academic dishonesty, which includes cheating, plagiarism, and falsification of documents, constitutes a serious breach of trust. No form of academic dishonesty will be tolerated.
Plagiarism is the use of another's words, information or ideas without giving credit to that person. This includes copying, quoting, paraphrasing, or taking an idea from published or broadcast materials or from another individual. Plagiarism is dishonest and can be illegal. It is the student's responsibility to be careful and meticulous when taking notes and documenting sources. Unintentional plagiarism may still be considered stealing someone else's work or misrepresenting it as one's own. Further, it is the responsibility of the student to follow the appropriate style of documentation as determined by the instructor or program. If the student has any questions regarding the appropriate style of documentation, the student must be certain to ask his or her instructor.
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