Sanctions

Students who violate the Academic Honesty Policy may be sanctioned in any or all of the following ways: grade penalty (an instructor may refuse to correct an assignment or exam and/or may require the rewriting of the assignment or exam), grade reduction (a grade of F will be given for the work in which the offense occurred), course failure, academic probation, expulsion from the Bachelor of Music program, and expulsion from the Institute.

For sanctions of lower rank than course failure, the dean and the instructor will determine whether a permanent report should be placed in the student's file, the final decision resting with the dean. For sanctions of course failure, academic probation, expulsion from the Bachelor of Music program, or expulsion from the Institute, a permanent report will be placed in the student's file.