When a student violates any portion of the Institute’s Code of Conduct (See Section 6, Institutional Policies) or the following:
- Because students are unfamiliar with the Institute’s policy. Behavior that is considered collaborative in one environment or culture may be considered cheating elsewhere
- Because of societal pressure to “succeed at any cost.” Students focus on grades instead of the learning process.
- Because of desperation. Poor time management and study skills often lead to a lack of preparation for exams and an inability to meet deadlines.
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