|Fall 2020 Term||January 19, 2021|
|Spring 2021 Term||May 31, 2021|
Please submit all completed Informal Resolutions via the Submission Form by the corresponding deadlines. If you need to submit an Academic Integrity Charge Form for a student who is not eligible for an Informal Resolution or you have been unable to get into contact with the student, please also submit those by the corresponding deadlines. If you have questions or concerns regarding this, please email Laura Bizzell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Navigating Academic Integrity Cases Amid COVID-19
Student Conduct & Academic Integrity staff remain available to answer student and faculty questions related to prior conduct history and will be available for consultation regarding your academic integrity concerns. For general questions or concerns, please email email@example.com. You can also contact any one of our staff via email for specific needs. During this uncertain time, we will continue to support the academic mission of the institution by addressing cases of academic misconduct through Informal and Facilitated Resolutions. Any cases that may need to be heard via a Formal Resolution (Hearing) will occur virtually until further notice.
As a reminder to faculty, we are unable to release prior conduct information if you call from a non-UNC Charlotte phone number. We strongly encourage you to email your request for a prior conduct check to Laura Bizzell (firstname.lastname@example.org). When emailing, please be sure to use your UNC Charlotte email account and include the student’s first and last name, and student ID number.
Due to the ongoing concerns with COVID-19 and the changes to the University’s operating condition, our office will be flexible, to the extent it is reasonable, regarding standard deadlines and other operating procedures. Please do not hesitate to reach out with your questions and concerns.
Please Note: Grades received for academic integrity violations during the Spring 2020 or Fall 2020 term cannot be replaced with the Pass/No Credit accommodation.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is an academic community dedicated to teaching, scholarship, service, inclusion, and the holistic development of Students. Academic integrity is a cornerstone value of the University’s intellectual community. It is important to nurture an atmosphere of honesty, fairness, trust, respect, and mutual responsibility. Integrity is essential because it ensures that Students fairly benefit from their educational experience and pursuits of knowledge. Violating the principles of academic integrity damages the reputation of the University and undermines its educational mission and goals.