Academic Honor Code
Because of the rise of second-time AHC violations starting with the Spring 2015 semester, per approval of the Provost and the deans of the colleges, it will now be mandatory for first-time violators to complete a module of the RAISE System for Academic Integrity Education.
As soon as the Office of the Dean of Students receives a completed and signed Academic Honor Code Violation Reporting Form from the instructor, the office will email the sanctioned student with instructions on how to complete the educational module on academic integrity. The student has ten days to complete the module.
In adopting this Academic Honor Code, students of Lawrence Technological University recognize that academic honesty and integrity are fundamental values of the University community. The quality of a Lawrence Technological University education is dependent upon the community acceptance and enforcement of the Academic Honor Code. Students who enroll at Lawrence Technological University commit to holding themselves and their peers to the highest standard of academic integrity. An individual who becomes aware of a violation of the Academic Honor Code has an obligation to report this violation.
Members of the Lawrence Technological University community pledge to hold themselves and their peers to the highest standards of academic honesty and integrity.
The following pledge is required on all academic work submitted by undergraduate students at Lawrence Technological University:
"I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in completing this work, nor have I presented someone else's work as my own."
All graduate students at Lawrence Technological University are required to sign the student pledge when they begin graduate studies:
"I pledge that on all academic work that I submit, I will neither give nor receive unauthorized aid, nor will I present another person's work as my own."