Academic Violation Statistics
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- Term - First day of a semester through the day before the next semester.
- Primary Violation - The most important and underlying aspect/charge of the case.
Three Areas of Statistical Data
1. Charges Data
- Each case is calculated by the primary violation of the case, therefore may be more charges within one case. Additional charges are not reflected in this data.
- Data is divided into colleges. The courses listed are the courses in which cases most often occur.
- Departments: College of Architecture, College of Computing, College of Engineering, Du Pree College of Management, Ivan Allen College, College of Sciences, Other Campus Departments/Offices.
- Charges, with examples:
C1: Unauthorized Access - Possessing cheat sheetsin tests, looking on someone else’s test without their knowledge
C2: Unauthorized Collaboration - Helping someone with homework that should be done on your own giving someone access to answers on a test, stealing a test
C3: Plagiarism - Plagiarism
C4: Falsification of Work - Turning in “word” as your own
C5: Alteration of Grade - Changing your test grade in a grade book
C6: Deliberate Falsification - A false re-grade request
C7: Forgery - Copying work and passing it on as your own
2. Hearing Data
- Applies to the persons hearing the case.
- SAD= Senior Associate Dean of Student Life
- AD= Assistant Dean
- Dir, OSI= Director, Office of Student Integrity
- JC= Judicial Coordinator
- HC= Honor Committee
3. Sanctions Data
- There may be other sanctions given in a given term. The sanctions listed are the most common.
- Non Grade Related Sanction: Sanctions not associated with the course grade such as: community service, paper
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Archival MaterialAcademic Violations Statistics, Summer 2013 - Spring 2014(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014)
Archival MaterialAcademic Violation Statistics, Summer 2012-Spring 2013(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-06)
Archival MaterialAcademic Violation Statistics, Summer 2011(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011)
Archival MaterialAcademic Violation Statistics, Spring 2011(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011)