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Disability Guidelines   

University of Hartford Academic Honesty Statement   

Barney School Guidelines on Student Conduct

 

DISABILITY GUIDELINES 

            If you are diagnosed with a disability and you require reasonable accommodations, you must make an appointment with the Director of Student Services at 768-4260.  Documentation must be presented so that you may be referred to the appropriate office for these accommodations.  All information is kept strictly confidential. 

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UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD ACADEMIC HONESTY STATEMENT

From:  Manual of Academic Policies and Procedures

 B.                  All students are expected to observe generally accepted principles of scholarly writing in all examinations, compositions, papers, essays, tests, quizzes, reports, and dissertations whether written in the classroom or outside.  Sources of information used by a student in the preparation of work submitted as the basis for credit, or for a grade, or to satisfy graduate or undergraduate thesis requirements shall be clearly indicated in some conventional manner, such as by the use of quotation marks, footnotes, and bibliography.

C.                  Students are forbidden to submit as their own any project, paper, or creative work which is in whole or in part the work of another.

D.                  The use of a term paper writing service, such services being prohibited by Connecticut law, is academically dishonest and violates the rules of scholarship. 

E.                   All examinations and quizzes are to be completed without reference to books or notes, except when the instructor of a course shall have given explicit authorization for an “open-book examination” or some other specified sort of assistance.  Except as authorized by the instructor, no student is to give or receive assistance in the completion of an examination or quiz.

 Action to be taken in event of an alleged act of academic dishonesty

L.  2.     To report that the student is considered guilty of the alleged violation beyond a reasonable doubt, and to recommend one or more of the following: 

(a)                that the student be dropped from the course and/or a grade of "F" be assigned.

(b)                that the student be suspended (I) for the remainder of the current semester, losing credit for their current academic program, or (ii) for the following semester or year;

(c)                that the student be dismissed from the university. 

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BARNEY SCHOOL GUIDELINES ON STUDENT CONDUCT

 

In an effort to create an environment that is conducive to learning, the following guidelines are presented to make explicit expectations that the Barney School has for students in its classes.  Students are expected to: 

1.                   Follow the academic honesty student without fail.

2.                   Respect differing views on campus and to engage in responsible discussion with others with whom you do not agree.

3.                   Regularly attend classes and submit assignments on or before specified deadlines.

4.                   Prepare for each class by completing reading assignments, homework and/or case preparation.

5.                   Not bring food or drink into the classroom unless instructor approval is given.

6.                   Raise a hand if you wish to speak or be excused from the classroom.  Students are not permitted to get up and leave at will.

7.                   Act in a reasonable manner in the classroom and halls so as not to disrupt others.

8.                   Dispose of gum, trash and paper in designated receptacles.  Do not leave trash in the stairwells, classrooms, desktops, or any other non-designated receptacle.

9.                   See professors during their regularly scheduled office hours or by appointment.  Office hours are posted on each professor's door.

10.               Take exams when they are scheduled unless you have been excused on official university business, such as participation in athletic events, or medical emergency (notifying your professor prior to the exam). 

11.               Immediately contact professors if you will miss or have missed a class or exam and also to make up what you have missed. 

 

The Source also specifies the following acts as punishable misconduct and subject to Judicial Review.

a.                    Damage, destruction or theft of University property;

b.                   Deliberate interference with any class or University function;

c.                    Refusal to vacate a building;

d.                   Tampering with fire alarms or fire-fighting equipment;

e.                    Possession or use of a dangerous article;

f.                     Illegal or unauthorized entry or presence in a facility;

g.                    Alcohol - no possession or use in class;

h.                    Noise and general disorderliness;

i.                      Providing false information to a University office;

j.                     Acting with violence;

k.                   Failure to respond to a reasonable request and to produce identification;

l.                      Possession, use or storage of drugs and drug paraphernalia;

m.                  Abuse of computer access - incl. Copying software;

n.                    Visitors - you are responsible for the actions of your visitors.

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This page was updated on 06/11/01