IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING POLICY 60 AND DISCIPLINARY NOTICES (DNs)
Effective immediately, if a student has been found to have committed academic misconduct, a disciplinary notice (DN) will be placed on their academic record only. Senate voted to remove the DN from a student’s official transcript.
In October, Senate will name a new committee consisting of students, faculty and staff involved in applying the policy to undertake extensive community consultation as part of the review of Policy 60.
We are currently in the process of updating the Academic Integrity website to reflect this change.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Information current as of July 5, 2013.
“Imagine that you were about to get surgery and just as you were going under, you discovered that your surgeon had cheated throughout their university career. Would you feel betrayed? What if it was your lawyer? Your accountant? Your child's teacher?” (taken from the University of Alberta guide to plagiarism).
Welcome to Ryerson University's Academic Integrity website.
The aim of this site is to inform, inspire and educate those interested in the continued tradition of educational excellence at 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.
Check out the videos, starring four students from the Ryerson community, to better understand what “academic integrity” means.
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.