Academic Regulations

Academic integrity above all

The University is a community designed for scholarship - for learning, teaching and research. In a community of scholars, academic integrity and honesty are critical values.

Exams, homework, papers and other kinds of assessments are essential to the learning process. Honesty and integrity are central to academic work. Because of this, you are committed as a student to an Academic Honor Code.

Plagiarism, cheating and any academic dishonesty is strictly prohibited.  For more information about what constitutes academic misconduct and the sanctions, please refer to


Academic Regulations

Course Grading

Grade Review

Overloading Policy

Late Applications for Course Add/Drop

Academic Probation

Failing Any Required Course (Credits) in the Previous Term

Failing Twice in a Required Course

Academic Dismissal

Academic Honors

Leave from Study

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