|"The integrity of the university is everywhere. It's in the classroom, it's in the research, it's in the athletic program. It's everywhere."|
Mary Sue Coleman
President, University of Michigan
May 29, 2002
Violations of academic integrity are handled by different units of the University of Michigan depending on the status of the violator (undergraduate student, graduate student, faculty or staff). For students, violations are handled by the individual colleges.
Section 8.D.2 "Academic Integrity and Academic Misconduct" is the University's general statement about these topics and presents the central role schools and colleges have in setting specific policies and procedures for their constituents.
Created by CRLT, this page provides links to the policies and procedures of all schools on the Ann Arbor campus. Also includes links to selected campus websites dealing with academic integrity.
From the Office of the Assistant Dean for Student Academic Affairs in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, a comprehensive site with links to other resources at U-M, including an Academic Integrity Quiz for students, and descriptions of procedures for resolving academic misconduct.
This undergraduate group works with students, faculty, and staff in LSA to "facilitate an understanding of the policies of LSA. The primary purpose of the Student Honor COuncil is to educate members of the LSA community about the importance of honarable behavior in the context of academic scholarship."
These Rackham policy documents are aimed at the professional researcher and scholar, but could be applied to all members of the University community on all campuses. Procedures include the Federal requirements for reporting suspected violations and detail at length the internal University procedures to be followed.