The Academic Integrity Committee is responsible for defining academic integrity and establishing policies and procedures for investigating, hearing, and sanctioning alleged violations of academic integrity. The Committee makes investigations and determinations of alleged violations of academic integrity policies and invokes the appropriate sanction as stipulated by Chapman University's Policies on Academic Integrity. The procedures students should follow if they want to appeal to the Council are outlined in Chapman University's Policy on Academic Integrity.
Chapman University is a community of scholars that emphasizes the mutual responsibility of all members to seek knowledge honestly and in good faith. Students are responsible for doing their own work, and academic dishonesty of any kind will be subject to sanction by the instructor and referral to the university's Academic Integrity Committee, which may impose additional sanctions up to and including expulsion. Please see the full description of Chapman University's Policy on Academic Integrity for more information.This document represents the Academic Integrity Policy of Chapman University as it pertains to students and to the responsibility of faculty in handling cases of alleged academic dishonesty.
Integrity in Research – The University's Policy on Integrity in Research applies to faculty as well as graduate students.
The graduate catalog provides detailed information on University-wide policies and rules pertaining to graduate study as well as those specific to each college and program.