Examples of academic dishonesty and cheating include, but are not limited to:
Copying graded homework assignments from another student.
Working together on an assignment without being authorized by the faculty member to do so.
Looking at another student's paper during an exam.
Copying another student's computer program or class project and submitting it as one's own.
Stealing or borrowing all or part of an exam's questions or answers.
Entering a computer file without authorization.
Giving someone answers to exam questions while the exam is being given.
Giving or selling a term paper, report, drawing, or computer program to another student for submission to the faculty member.
Deceiving a faculty member to improve one's grade.
Falsifying data or a source of information.
Use of any technology to gain access to test answers, test questions or prohibited materials such as notes, online data bases and web sites during a test.
Submitting work for a grade that was executed in another class or previous semester without the instructor's permission.