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Any academic misconduct related to papers, assignments, examinations and etc. will be dealt with severely in the manner set forth by the Faculty Board. In some cases, the student's name will be posted. If academic misconduct is found, credits may not be awarded for any courses taken in the semester in question. All fraudulent behavior may be treated in an equally severe manner, regardless of the level of importance of the examination (including in-class examinations and quizzes), paper, or Graduation Project. Students are expected to adopt a very serious attitude with regard to examinations. Students must also strictly refrain from acts that may be mistakenly conceived as academic misconduct.
If students are punished for cheating in accordance with Article 188 of the Undergraduate Rules and Regulations, they will not be allowed to receive credit and thier course plans, such as advancement and graduation, may be greatly affected. Please be careful not to commit or participate in any fraudulent acts, and be careful about how you write references in your reports and assignments.
A person who breaches these regulations or other regulations of the University established thereunder, or who neglects his/her studies, infringes dignity, or otherwise engages in behavior not befitting of a student shall be punished, according to the circumstances of the offense, by reprimand, deduction of marks, suspension, or expulsion. (The rest is omitted)