2020-2021 Honor Board Case Summaries

 

2020-2021 HONOR BOARD CASE SUMMARIES

In an Honor Board hearing, the board considered an allegation that student A violated Regulation 2 and 5 of the Honor Code.  The board found the Student responsible for violating regulation 2, but not responsible for violating regulation 5. The student received a zero on the final exam and the student was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board hearing, the board considered an allegation that student A violated Regulation 1 and Regulation 5 of the Honor Code.  The board found the student responsible for violating both regulations 1 and 5.  The student received a zero on the final exam and the student was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A and Student B violated Regulations 1 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found Student A responsible for regulations 1 and 5. The board found Student B responsible for regulation 1 and not responsible for regulation 5. Student A received a failure for the relevant material and Student B received a letter grade demotion. 

In an Honor Board Hearing, the Board considered allegations that a student violated Regulation 1, 2 and 5 of the Honor Code. The Board found the student responsible for these violations.    Given that this was the second incident where this student was found responsible for an Honor Code violation, the Board determined that a dismissal from the University was warranted.

In an honor board hearing, the Board considered allegations that two students had violated Regulations 1, 2, & 5 of the Honor Code. The board found Student A responsible for 1 & 5. Student A received a failure for the assignment and the student was placed on probation. The board found student B responsible for 1, 2, & 5. Student B received a letter grade demotion and a deferred suspension. The board also recommended a no-contact agreement between the two students.

In an honor board hearing, the board considered allegations that a student violated regulation 2 and 5 of the Honor Code. The Board found the student responsible for both charges.  The student admitted responsibility for both violations.  The student received a zero on the assignment and the student was placed on probation. 

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that a student had violated regulations 1 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found the student responsible.  The student received zero’s on all of the assignments that were completed with the use of the answer manual and was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A violated Regulations 2 and 5 of the Honor Code. The Board found the student responsible for Regulation 2, but not responsible for Regulation 5. The recommended sanction is that Student A does a revision of the assignment and receive a letter grade demotion for that revised work.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 1 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found Student A responsible. The student received a failing grade on the exam and the student was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered an allegation that a student had violated Regulation 1 and 5 of the Honor Code.  The Board found the student responsible for both charges.  The student received a zero on the final exam. 

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered allegations that Student A violated regulations 2 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found the student responsible for the violations. The student received a zero on the assignment and the student was placed on probation.    

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered an allegation that Student A violated Regulations 1 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found Student A responsible for both violations.  This student received a failing grade on the exam and the student was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board hearing, the board considered allegations that a student violated regulations 2 and 5 of the Honor Code. The board found the student responsible for violating both regulations. The student received a zero on the final assignment and the student was placed on probation.

In an Honor Board Hearing, the board considered an allegation that a student violated Regulation 3 of the Honor Code.  The board found the student responsible and the student received a zero on the assignment.