Rules of the Student Code of Conduct
The mission of the Department of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity is to promote a greater awareness and understanding of the rules of the student code of conduct and address issues of student academic misconduct and disruption of campus life so that an environment conducive to learning and individual growth can be maintained at Kennesaw State University.
Cheating & Plagiarism FAQs
Understanding academic misconduct is vital in the development of strong academic integrity and academic success. The following is an introduction into what is considered cheating and plagiarism at KSU.VIEW CHEATING & PLAGIARISM
Code of Conduct Violation
All students are responsible for knowing the information, policies and procedures outlined in the KSU Codes of Conduct. Here are some FAQ's of what my result from a Code of Conduct Violation.VIEW CONDUCT VIOLATION
Residential Code of Conduct Violation
On-campus residents are responsible for knowing and adhering to the Residential Code of Conduct. If any Violations of the Residential Code of Conduct occurs the student will be referred to Residence Life and/or SCAI. These are some of the FAQ's in reference to Residential Code of Conduct Violations.VIEW HOUSING CONDUCT VIOLATION
Students who have a SC hold most likely have an incomplete or overdue sanction based on a violation of the KSU Student Codes of Conduct. It is also possible that you have been suspended from the university for a violation.
Please check your KSU email for more information. You would have received a letter regarding a hearing, a resolution letter detailing any sanction information, and, if applicable, a letter warning that sanctions are overdue and a SC hold being applied.
If you have a question about your hold or need to know how to remedy the hold, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call 470-578-3403 for further assistance or visit us at our office on the Kennesaw campus, Carmichael Student Center, 2nd Floor, room 274.