Academic Integrity Training for Students
Provides a series of modules that offer a basic definition of academic integrity and explain practically how to avoid plagiarism, cheating, and other academic integrity violations.
Campus/College Academic Integrity Contacts
Lead the academic integrity process on behalf of each campus or college; serve as contacts for students who have received an accusation and have questions about their rights and responsibilities.
G-9 Academic Integrity Policy
Directs the Academic Integrity process used by every Penn State Campus and College.
Guidelines for Recording Class Material (AD-40)
Reminds students of copyright regulations for recording class material including audio recordings, video recordings, and electronic notes.
Penn State Values
Represents the shared ideals of the community, including acting with integrity and honesty in accordance with the highest academic, professional, and ethical standards.
Provides insight to students regarding faculty consideration of sanctions for violations of academic integrity; academic sanctions included in these guidelines range from a warning or reduced grade on a single assignment to failure for the course.
Student Code of Conduct
Identifies and outlines 18 overarching categories of unacceptable student/student organization behavior, including academic integrity violations.