Grinnell College Policies regarding Academic Honesty

The Student Handbook states:

The College presumes that your work for any course is your own contribution to that scholarly conversation, and it expects you to take responsibility for that contribution. That is, you should strive to present ideas and data fairly and accurately, indicate what is your own work, and acknowledge what you have derived from others. This care permits other members of the community to trace the evolution of ideas and check claims for accuracy.

Faculty are expected to uphold standards of academic honesty.

created 17 August 2013
last revised 19 August 2013
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