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A survey of over 63,700 US undergraduate and 9,250 graduate students over the course of three years (2002-2005)--conducted by Donald McCabe, Rutgers University--revealed the following:
iParadigms, LLC. "FACTS & STATS." plagiarism.org. 2014.Web. <http://www.plagiarism.org/resources/facts-and-stats/>.
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The list of paper mills is overwhelming but that doesn't make it impossible to find a student that has used a paper from them.
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The student is responsible for their own learning. The nursing faculty is available to assist and support
each student in mastering the competencies of the nursing program. The faculty believes academic
integrity is essential to the development of professional conduct. Students who engage in acts of
academic dishonesty such as cheating or plagiarism , compromise the culture of safety and integrity
which defines the nursing profession. Students who choose to violate academic integrity erode the
foundation of trust between the students, faculty, clients and community that they serve.
St. Clair County Community College considers academic honesty to be essential to all academic
performance. The policy of the college states that instances of academic dishonesty will be treated as
serious offenses of the Student Code of Conduct. Students involved in activities such as cheating
and/or plagiarism will be subject to disciplinary action. Definitions as outlined in the SC4 catalog are as
Definition of cheating: Cheating can be, but is not limited to, a student using electronic
technology, notes, or other written materials not permitted by the instructor; looking at other
students' papers without the instructor's permission; requesting answers from other students;
or working with other students when independent work is required. Situations where cheating
may occur are during tests, exams, quizzes, or other similar methods of evaluation.
Cheating will not be tolerated in class or clinical. You must not share test questions, care plans,
class/simulation activity answers, quiz information, assessment data , etc. All work submitted must be
original or sources must be referenced. CHEATING on any classroom or clinical assignment, quiz or
exam will result in a grade of "E" or an Unsatisfactory for the course and dismissal from the Nursing
Program. In addition, the student will be ineligible for readmission to any SC4 nursing program."
Handbook for the Practical Degree Nursing Program at St. Clair County Community College., 2013. Web. 25 June 14.
"DISHONESTY – ACADEMIC The college considers academic honesty to be essential to all academic performance. Instances of academic dishonesty will be treated as serious offenses of the Student Code of Conduct. Students involved in activities such as cheating and/or plagiarism will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. 107
When the instructor has sufficient evidence of cheating or plagiarism, the instructor may impose disciplinary actions such as assigning a failing grade to the student’s assignment, quiz, paper or test. If the plagiarism or cheating involves major course work such as plagiarizing a research paper or cheating on a final exam, the instructor may fail the student in the course."
St. Clair County Community College Catalog 2014-2015., 2014. Web. 26 June 2014.