Academic Integrity Johnson & Wales University is a member of the Center for Academic Integrity (CAI), a consortium of more than 200 colleges and universities that seeks to encourage the deepening of academic integrity on campuses nationwide. Research* by this organization has revealed some disturbing trends.
Internet plagiarism is a growing concern.
Five Core Values of Academic Integrity These core values are aimed at supporting the mission and vision of an academic institution.
The university thanks the Center for Academic Integrity (CAI) for permission to use The Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity (October 1999).
Student Code of Conduct Academic dishonesty such as cheating or plagiarism is a violation of Johnson & Wales University’s Student Code of Conduct.
If a student is found responsible for cheating, plagiarizing or in any way compromising his or her academic integrity, he or she may be withdrawn from class or, if circumstances warrant, dismissed from the university.
University policies regarding academic integrity appear in the Providence Student Handbook.