Honors Protocol














Honors Protocol Requirements:

Honors Protocol.docx

Track II Honors Protocol.doc


As a member of the Honors Program at Central Michigan University, you are participating in a community of scholarship based on the values of honesty, respect, fairness, and responsibility.  You are expected to adhere to the CMU policies on academic integrity stipulated in the CMU Bulletin.  In all of your academic work, you must adhere to the highest standards of integrity.  You will not cheat, plagiarize, or receive or provide inappropriate assistance on any course activity for which a grade or credit is awarded.  Examples of academic dishonesty include:  cheating on examinations; plagiarism; fabrication/forgery/obstruction; multiple submissions; complicity (assisting or attempting to assist another person in any act of academic dishonesty); misconduct in research and creative endeavors; computer misuse; misuse of intellectual property; ethical and professional behavior; disruption of learning; disruptive behavior during class; and disruption of university events.   Membership in the Honors Program is based on academic performance and all forms of cheating call into question the validity of a student's grades.  Participation in the CMU Honors Program is a privilege, and failure to adhere to standards of academic integrity may result in dismissal from the Honors Program.