Article 1, Part 4 – Academic Integrity Policy and Procedure
§ 1‑405 Reporting and Record Keeping
Report. Once a violation of academic integrity matter has been resolved (a finding of violation, sanction and completion of appeals process or expiration of time to appeal), the EO shall prepare a report of the violation. The report shall include:
the nature of the alleged violation of academic integrity;
if applicable, the appeal procedures followed and the recommendation of any hearing committee; and
the final decision and sanction(s) imposed.
Transmittal. The EO shall send a copy of this report, including the student’s name and university identification number, to the college in which the course or examination was conducted, to the college or equivalent academic unit in which the student is enrolled, and to the Director of the Office for Student Conflict Resolution within ten (10) business days of the resolution of a case.
Record Retention. A record of the infraction will remain in the student’s department and college files (both the student’s college of enrollment and the college in which the course or examination was conducted), pursuant to the university’s record retention policy. The Director of the Office for Student Conflict Resolution will retain the information pursuant to the university’s records retention policy.
Annual Report. The Director of the Office for Student Conflict Resolution shall compile an annual report to the Senate on the number and severity of such infractions of academic integrity, without identification of the individuals involved. The report shall be available to the public.