It is your responsibility
Academic integrity is taken very seriously and it is your responsibility as a student to know, understand, and follow the University of Waterloo policies. Violations can have serious consequences, affecting your grades, academic standing, and future career.
Undergraduate and graduate student can find information on our website about:
- Group Work
- Referencing and Research Skills
- Stress and time management
- Academic Advice and Tutoring
- Intellectual Property and Copyright
- Turnitin and iThenticate
- Academic Miscounduct
You are responsible for reporting instances of academic dishonesty that you may witness. Every member of the University of Waterloo community must demonstrate their commitment to honesty, trust, and fairness by ensuring they do all they can to create a level playing field. If you are aware of misconduct, talk to your professor, academic advisor, the Associate Dean of your Faculty, or the Office of Academic Integrity about the situation.