Code of Conduct

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IMM seeks to main­tain an en­vir­on­ment that pro­motes aca­demic achieve­ment and in­teg­rity. In turn, we ex­pect our stu­dents to be hon­est and obey cer­tain rules of be­ha­vior with regard to IMM fac­ulty, staff and fel­low stu­dents:

Fac­ulty, staff and fel­low stu­dents:
  • Be friendly and cour­teous in your com­mu­nic­a­tions.

  • Re­spect the views of oth­ers, espe­cially of people from other cul­tures.

  • Sup­port the group Spirit.

  • Ad­opt a di­li­gent and co­oper­at­ive ap­proach to all aspects of aca­demic life.

  • Be present and on time in class.

  • Hand in assign­ments on time.

  • Treat oth­ers fairly when giv­ing feed­back and assess­ing their achieve­ments.


Aca­demic dis­hon­esty:

Aca­demic dis­hon­esty is any con­duct that in­volves dis­hon­esty in aca­demic work or that en­ables a stu­dent to ob­tain an un­fair ad­vant­age in aca­demic mat­ters. Aca­demic dis­hon­esty in­cludes but is not lim­ited to:

  • Cheat­ing: in­ten­tion­ally us­ing or at­tempt­ing to use un­au­thor­ized ma­ter­i­als, assist­ance, in­form­a­tion or study aids in any aca­demic ex­er­cise.

  • Fab­ric­a­tion: in­ten­tional and un­au­thor­ized falsi­fic­a­tion or in­ven­tion of any in­form­a­tion or cit­a­tion in an aca­demic ex­er­cise.

  • Pla­gi­ar­ism: in­ten­tion­ally or know­ingly rep­res­ent­ing the work, words or ideas of someone else as one's own in any aca­demic ex­er­cise. Please read care­fully the guidelines for hand­ling pla­gi­ar­ism (down­load).

  • Ly­ing: in­ten­tion­ally giv­ing false in­form­a­tion to or in­ten­tion­ally mis­lead­ing anyone in con­nec­tion with any aca­demic mat­ter.

  • Fa­cil­it­at­ing aca­demic dis­hon­esty: in­ten­tion­ally or know­ingly help­ing or at­tempt­ing to help anyone to vi­ol­ate any pro­vi­sion of this code or ob­struct­ing an in­vest­ig­a­tion into code vi­ol­a­tions.