Welcome to Ryerson University's Academic Integrity Website
The aim of this site is to promote a culture of integrity and educational excellence by informing, inspiring, and educating students and faculty members of Ryerson University.
This site will assist students in their studies and educate them on maintaining their academic integrity. There are also resources for their families and for the faculty.
Whether you are concerned with avoiding the pitfalls which might lead to unintentional academic misconduct, want to understand what academic misconduct is, or are just looking for a comprehensive guide to learning at Ryerson - you've come to the right place.
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***NEW*** IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING POLICY 60
The minimum penalty for academic misconduct on any assignment or other form of evaluation is a grade reduction, on any academic work assigned by the instructor, as appropriate. A mark of zero “0” on the work falls within the category of grade reduction. As a consequence of any determination of academic misconduct, a Disciplinary Notice (DN) will be placed on the student’s academic record.
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Updated on August 25, 2015