Accused of Academic Dishonesty? Find Out What to Do Next in our Free eBook
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You’ve gotten a letter or email that sends ice through your veins: you’ve been accused of cheating.
With more coursework than ever taking place online, and with greater pressures on both professors and students, accusations of academic dishonesty are at an all-time high. Many colleges, universities, and even high schools are taking a firm-handed approach to make an example for students. Unfortunately, as a consequence, many students who are wrongfully accused end up relenting and confessing to charges they don’t truly understand.
Students are often told that admitting their violation means a “slap on the wrist” and no long-term consequences, but this is misleading. In truth, an academic dishonesty finding on your record could jeopardize your ability to get into a post-graduate program, like law school or medical school. It could even affect your ability to find a job!
So what do you do when you get a notice that you’re involved in an academic dishonesty investigation? You seek information from experienced legal professionals.
Learn the steps you need to take to start handling your case like a smart defendant in our newly published eBook: Fighting Academic Dishonesty Charges at Your School, College, or University. The comprehensive document covers everything you need to know about how to handle your charges, what to do to prepare for a hearing, what your options are for appealing a finding, how findings are handled by most graduate programs and more.