Plagiarism is using the words or ideas of another as if they were your own. It can be an intentional or unintentional act, but either way there can be severe consequences. The information below will help you understand and avoid plagiarism.
The following are all examples of plagiarism:
More specific guidelines and information to help you recognize and avoid plagiarism are available on the following pages:
Often one of the most difficult aspects of writing a paper is knowing how to properly integrate your sources into your paper. Many cases of plagiarism are unintentional and happen because the writer is unaware of how to properly incorporate and cite sources in the text of a paper. The following steps can help you make certain you have all the information you need to compile proper citations.
Article 1, Section 4(d) of the student code specifically addresses what constitutes plagiarism. See:
Specific penalties for academic integrity infractions are included in Part 4 - Section 1- 403. See: