How to Implement UK's New Academic Offenses Policy

If you are an instructor, and you suspect a student in your class of committing an academic offense, proceed here.

If you are a dean, and you uncover evidence that a student in your college has committed an academic offense either in a class in which the student is not registered, or in academic work outside of a course (for example, an honors project or dissertation, a graduate examination, a thesis or dissertation, or a formally submitted thesis or dissertation proposal), proceed here.

If you are the registrar, and you uncover evidence that a student has falsified academic records, proceed here.

If you uncover evidence that a student has committed an academic offense (cheating or plagiarism) in a class in which the student is registered, and you are not the instructor of that class, turn the evidence over to the instructor.

If you uncover evidence that a student has committed an academic offense either in a class in which the student is not registered, or in academic work outside of a course (for example, an honors project or dissertation, a graduate examination, a thesis or dissertation, or a formally submitted thesis or dissertation proposal), and you are not the dean of the student's college, turn the evidence over to that dean.

If you uncover evidence that a student has falsified academic records, turn the evidence over to the registrar. The registrar proceeds here.