5.5 Important Statements
If you have a disability that may require consideration by the instructor, you should contact Terri Bassi, the Director of Disability Services at 724-838-4295 or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to develop a plan of accommodation. You should provide the instructor with a copy of your accommodation plan and schedule a meeting so that you can be supported in an informed manner. It is not necessary to disclose to your instructor the nature of your disability.
In order to fulfill the requirements of the liberal arts curriculum, major assignments completed in this course must be saved by the student, so that they can successfully argue in the capstone liberal arts course, Senior Integrative Seminar, that they have met the University Learning Objectives.
Hill University expects that all its students will practice academic
honesty and ethical conduct. The University regards plagiarism,
cheating on examinations, falsification of papers, non-sanctioned
collaboration, and misuse of library material, computer material, or
any other material, published or unpublished, as violations of academic
honesty. Violators of the code may expect disciplinary sanctions, which
are discussed in the Seton Hill University Catalog, page 30, Code of
Paraphrasing the thoughts or written work of another without reference is also plagiarism. Helpful information is available at the following web site: Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It. (http://www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/plagiarism.shtml).
Any plagiarism on a draft will result in a zero as the final grade on that assignment. Any plagiarism or cheating on an informal essay, paragraph, or grammar exercise will also result in a zero.
See also "Plagiarism (and Academic Integrity)."