Academic integrity defines a university and is essential to the mission of education. At Columbia, students are expected to participate in an academic community that honors intellectual work and respects its origins. In particular, the abilities to synthesize information and produce original work are key components in the learning process. As such, a violation of academic integrity is one of the most serious offenses a student can commit at Columbia and can result in dismissal.

Report an Academic Violation

Students who suspect others of violating an academic policy can report an academic integrity violation here:

For more information about academic integrity policies and disciplinary procedures, please visit the Columbia Engineering Bulletin.