What should I do if I am accused of academic misconduct at a college or university in Arizona?


If you're a college student who attends Arizona college or university and you're accused of academics misconduct, it's important to take the case seriously. It's important to be familiar with your school's particular resolution method. Different schools use different processes to address and resolve an academic misconduct charge. Some schools use an investigative model, some schools use a hearing process, some schools use a combination. Whatever the particular method is, schools, they need to be held accountable. Academic misconduct charges, if it's not favorably resolved, can have tremendous implications on a person's life. Academic misconduct can accomplish various forms, plagiarism, cheating on an exam, having a cell phone during an exam, collaboration with another student, whatever the case may be, the necessary steps have to be taken to try to ensure a favorable outcome or the best possible outcome because an academic misconduct charge can affect internships, graduate school, employment. An experienced advisor can help an accused student navigate the process to try to achieve the best possible outcome.

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