Records of the incident will be placed on file in the office of the Vice President for Academic
Affairs in the following cases:
1. The student accepts the instructor’s decision.
2. The student is found guilty by the department chair, and the student does
not appeal the decision of the department chair.
3. The student is found guilty by the academic dean.
CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM POLICY
Cheating includes any attempt to defraud, deceive or mislead the instructor in arriving at
an honest grade assessment. Plagiarism is a form of cheating that involves presenting as
one’s own the ideas or work of another. Through course syllabi or course requirements,
students will be informed of the cheating and plagiarism policy. The policy has been
established by Georgia Perimeter College to insure due process in cases of cheating and
plagiarism (See Academic Affairs Policy 101).
DEAN’S LIST
The Dean’s List is an honor roll of high-achieving Georgia Perimeter students. At the end
of each semester, students who have achieved a grade-point average of 3.5 or better
while carrying an academic load of nine semester hours or more of courses numbered
1000 or higher will be placed on the Dean’s List.
DISRUPTIVE STUDENT BEHAVIOR
Disruptive student behavior in academic (
Academic Affairs Policy 113
) or other college
settings (
Student Affairs Policy 218
) is prohibited at Georgia Perimeter College. Disruptive
behavior is defined as any behavior that interferes with teaching, administration, college
activities, and the collegiate learning process. Determination of a behavior as disruptive is
at the discretion of faculty or staff and can be dependent upon many factors.
Behavior which college personnel may declare disruptive includes, but is not limited to,
the following:
Entering class late or leaving early (without permission)
Eating/drinking in class without permission
Sleeping in class
Persistent speaking without permission
Inappropriate use of electronic devices
Disputing the authority of faculty or staff
Arguing with faculty, staff or other students
Electronic communications which are abusive, harassing, or excessive
Threats of any kind and/or harassment
Physical or verbal disruptions or assault
Procedure
Disruptive behavior occurring outside of an academic setting will be reported to the Dean
of Student Services and will be handled according to the Student Code of Conduct.
Disruptive behavior occurring during academic activities will be addressed by Academic
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