To promote a strong culture of Academic Integrity, Rutgers has adopted the following Honor Pledge to be written and signed on examinations and assignments submitted for grading:
On my honor, I have neither received nor given any unauthorized assistance on this examination (assignment).
The Policy on Academic Integrity defines academic dishonesty, types of violations and the process which each school takes to resolves them. Academic Integrity offenses are broken into two categories: separable and non-separable. The difference between these is that separable offenses are means for expulsion or suspension from the university, while non-separable offenses are not. Each school on the Camden campus has their own facilitators who start the judicial process of a suspected violation.
Types of violations can include, but are not limited to:
- Cheating/Unauthorized Collaboration
- Facilitation of Dishonesty
- Impersonation during exams and classroom activities
To Report a possible violation, please click here: Initial Reporting Form
If you are Faculty and wish to complete a Final Reporting Form, please click here: Final Reporting Form
For a full explanation of the adjudication process, please choose your School:
Rutgers-Camden Faculty of Arts and Sciences Process - Academic Integrity
Rutgers-Camden School of Business Process - Academic Integrity
Rutgers-Camden School of Nursing Process - Academic Integrity