CNS Policy on Academic Integrity
CNS students must adhere to NYU’s principles of academic integrity, and the CAS Honor Code.
Academic integrity means that all of the work that you submit is original.
Violations of academic integrity include:
- Cheating on exams, quizzes, or other graded assignments
- Plagiarism: appropriating the ideas, words, and images of others
- Fabrication or falsification of data
Consequences of a single violation of the principles of academic integrity are a grade of F on
the scored assignment or examination, and a formal report to the Dean’s Office. The grade of F
must be factored into the course’s final grade.
In cases of serious violation(s) of these standards, the department will seek dismissal of the
student from the university.