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  • Academic Integrity | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Frequently Asked Questions Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Conduct Codes Academic Integrity Cheating among college students appears to have become the norm in U S society Research indicates that more than 70 of U S college students plagiarize writing assignments Tyre 2001 To address the issue at CSUMB the Academic Integrity Policy is in place To report incidents of academic dishonesty use the Academic Integrity Violation Report Form or contact the Office of Judicial Affairs Community Standards at 582 4597 Faculty are encouraged to discuss academic integrity and its significance to the students the university and to the entire academic community It is strongly recommended that the policy be referenced in all syllabi see a sample statement below Faculty interested in web or software based solutions to assist them in determining the originality of student work should refer to the options at csumb edu cat For additional information please contact Marc Oehlman at 582 3788 Sample Statement on Academic Integrity for Course Syllabi ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Academic integrity is of central importance to an education at

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/judicialaffairs/academic-integrity (2016-02-11)
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  • Hazing | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Conduct Codes Hazing In 2006 the California Legislature enacted a law that makes hazing a potential felony that is punishable with up to one year in prison 5 000 in fines and liability for injury to any persons harmed The liability for hazing also applies to student organizations and not just to those who directly participated in the hazing acts Hazing or conspiracy to haze is defined in Education Code Sections 32050 and 32051 as Hazing includes any method or initiation or pre initiation into a student organization or any pastime or amusement engaged in with respect to such an organization which causes or is likely to cause bodily danger physical harm or personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to any student or other person attending any school community college college university or other educational institution in this state but the term hazing does not include customary athletic events or other similar contests or competitions A group of students acting together may be considered a student organization

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/judicialaffairs/hazing (2016-02-11)
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  • Illegal Downloading | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Hearings Reporting Violations Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources Frequently Asked Questions Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Conduct Codes Illegal Downloading CSUMB requires all users of our computer and network facilities to comply with federal and state laws related to these services including those that protect copyrights Detailed information can be found in The Acceptable Use of Computing and Information Technology Resources Policy A number of organizations and companies are actively protecting their copyrighted works including music and video They have the capability to trace alleged infringements of those copyrights to individual network address They can and have initiated legal action against individuals they believe have violated these copyrights The potential impact upon violators can be significant If an organization traces a potential violation to a network address managed by CSUMB they may notify the University We will take action as indicated in our Acceptable Use policy and as outline in Executive Order 999 In most cases we will forward information from these organizations to an individual that we identify as associated with that

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  • Student Grievance Policy | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Financial aid Housing Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Judicial Affairs judicialaffairs Menu Toggle navigation Conduct Codes Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Policies Process Consequences Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Reporting Violations Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources Frequently Asked Questions Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Conduct Codes Student Grievance Policy CSUMB allows for students who feel they have been unjustly or improperly treated by faculty fellow students administrative units or staff of CSUMB to file a formal complaint The CSUMB Student Grievance Policy outlines in full the conditions and procedures for filing a grievance This policy is used when there is no other policy to cover the concern A grievance must be filed in writing with the Office of Judicial Affairs Community Standards The grievance can be filed via email or in person with the Judicial Officer Click here for a reporting form Is there anything

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/judicialaffairs/student-grievance-policy (2016-02-11)
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  • Policies | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Policies FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA is a federal legislation ordained in 1974 to govern student records It gives students the right to access their own educational records and limits for privacy reasons the release of those same records to anyone other than the student and or the student s appointee FERPA is applicable to all current and former students of the University The bottom line is that Institutions have a legal mandate to protect student s data by complying with FERPA Confidentiality CSUMB faculty and staff must protect the privacy of student education records and must not disclose personally identifiable information about a student or permit review of the student s records without his her written consent unless such action is permitted by FERPA Executive Order 1095 Implementation of Title IX VAWA Campus SaVE Act and Related Sex Discrimination Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Legislation Executive Order 1097 Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation Against Students and Systemwide Procedure for Handling Discrimination Harassment and retaliation Complaints by Students Executive Order 1098

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  • Conduct Investigations | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Process Consequences Conduct Investigations Once a report of unacceptable conduct is submitted to the Student Conduct Administrator an investigation of the alleged conduct is done Students are considered to be innocent until such time as sufficient information is obtained to substantiate the charge Due process is afforded all students The investigation includes a conference with the student and an open discussion of the charges The student is given access to the information in the report and is informed of any evidence that supports the charge During the conference students are encouraged to come to an agreement with the Judicial Affairs Officer as to the student s responsibility Possible sanctions are discussed along with educational remedies that may benefit the student s personal development Students who are found to have committed a conduct violation can expect to receive a sanction Sanctions are imposed in an effort to provide the student with the opportunity to learn from the experience The penalty should have an educational aim to encourage the student s development and person growth Following

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  • Conduct Sanctions | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Rates Meal Plans How to make a payment Majors Programs Colleges Departments Faculty Classes Planning Academic Support Services Research Engage Catalog Search Main menu Log in Search Search Judicial Affairs judicialaffairs Menu Toggle navigation Conduct Codes Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Policies Process Consequences Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Reporting Violations Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources Frequently Asked Questions Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Process Consequences Conduct Sanctions The CSU Chancellors Executive Order 1043 allows the Judicial Affairs Officer to impose the following sanctions a Restitution b Loss of State Financial Aid c Educational and Remedial Assignments d Denial of Access to Campus e Probation f Suspension g Expulsion h Admission or Readmission with qualifications Multiple sanctions may be assessed The sanctions of probation suspension and expulsion are recorded on the student s academic transcript Students are asked to sign a statement that indicates their acceptance of the sanction If the student is not in agreement with the sanction the student has a right to request an administrative

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  • Academic Integrity Violation | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources Frequently Asked Questions Academic Integrity Hazing Illegal Downloading Student Grievance Policy Conduct Investigations Conduct Sanctions Student Conduct Hearings Academic Integrity Violation Conduct Violations Campus Resources CSUMB Home Student Affairs Dean of Students judicialaffairs Reporting Violations Academic Integrity Violation Purpose In accordance with CSU Executive Order 1006 academic dishonesty cases that occur in the classroom shall be handled by faculty member However after action has been taken the faculty member shall complete this form to identify the student who is found responsible the general nature of the offense the action taken and a recommendation as to whether or not additional administrative action is needed The completed form is then sent by the faculty member to the Vice President for Student Affairs in care of the Office of Judicial Affairs Community Standards This process provides an opportunity to hold students accountable and to identify students with multiple academic dishonesty reports In all cases the student may be subject to an academic sanction as determined appropriate by the faculty member as well as administrative sanctions deemed necessary by the Vice President for Student Affairs Reporting Procedure To report a case please complete the sections below and send this

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