Academic honesty is essential to the concept of education since the educational process has validity without it. Washington State expects all persons associated with the college to avoid any questions of academic honesty. Violations of this policy will be dealt with under the Student Conduct Policy. To that end, the college will not tolerate the following:
Cheating: fraudulent acquisition of academic materials such as homework answers, test answers, essay concepts, laboratory results etc.
Fabrication: invention of information for academic, research, or public use.
Plagiarism: offering another person's work in any format or medium as one's own.
Copyright Infringement: unauthorized use of legally protected text or graphics.
Computer Fraud: unauthorized use of another person's files, or unauthorized entry into any electronic system or program.
Other Policies & Procedures
- Aggression on Campus, Physical or Mental
- Conduct Policy
- Discrimination/Harassment Grievance Procedure
- Drug Free Schools and Communities Compliance with Act Amendment of 1989
- Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
2012-2013 Electronic Student Handbook
The Washington State 2012-2013 Electronic Student Handbook is full of useful information for new and current students.