Couple this with the constant financial issues from the financial aid department and APUS causes me a significant amount of stress, which is not what I am paying for. One professor did nothing but write on my papers in various places "This is awkward language" and never explained what in the heck he meant! How was my language "awkward"?!
Academic Misconduct Policy Statement on Academic Integrity We, the scholars of Marquette University, recognize the importance of personal integrity in all aspects of life and work.
We commit ourselves to truthfulness, honor and responsibility by which we earn the respect of others.
We support the development of good character in our academic community and commit to uphold the highest standards of academic integrity as an important aspect of personal integrity. Our commitment obliges us as students, faculty and staff to conduct ourselves according to the Marquette University Honor Code set forth below.
Students are asked to commit to academic integrity through the following honor pledge. Faculty may require students to sign the pledge in their courses or for any individual assignment.
Honor Pledge I recognize the importance of personal integrity in all aspects of life and work. I commit myself to truthfulness, honor and responsibility, by which I earn the respect of others.
I support the development of good character and commit myself to uphold the highest standards of academic integrity as an important aspect of personal integrity. My commitment obliges me to conduct myself according to the Marquette University Honor Code.
Honor Code The honor code obliges students: To fully observe the rules governing exams and assignments regarding resource material, electronic aids, copying, collaborating with others, or engaging in any other behavior that subverts the purpose of the exam or assignment and the directions of the instructor.
To turn in work done specifically for the paper or assignment and not to borrow work either from other students, or from assignments for other courses, unless approved by the faculty member.
To give full and proper credit to sources and references and to acknowledge the contributions and ideas of others relevant to academic work. To report circumstances that may compromise academic honesty, such as inattentive proctoring or premature posting of answers. To complete individual assignments individually and neither to accept nor give unauthorized help.
To accurately represent their academic achievements, which may include their grade point average, degree, honors, etc. To report any observed breaches of this honor code and academic honesty. Academic integrity is a matter of great importance to the entire Marquette community and as such the honor code obliges others on campus as well.
The honor code obliges instructors: To monitor and design exams and assignments so that honest students are not disadvantaged by other students who might choose to cheat if given the opportunity.
To follow all published procedures regarding cases of academic misconduct. The honor code obliges researchers: To give full and proper credit to sources and references and to acknowledge the contributions and ideas of others relevant to research.
To conduct research experiments according to professional standards of objectivity, conscientiousness, reliability and transparency. To conduct all experiments according to professional ethical standards and, when applicable, to submit all proposed investigations to the relevant oversight bodies.
To provide sufficient documentation of research methodology so that other researchers in the field may replicate work.
To follow all published procedures regarding cases of personal and academic misconduct.Help Desk Central. Help Desk Central assists Texas A&M students, faculty and staff with their IT questions by phone, email, chat, in person and on the web.
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