"...all students are expected to be honest in all of their academic endeavours and relationships with the University."
(Article 1, Academic Code of Conduct)
Academic integrity means that every student must be honest and accurate in their work. This means that there are rules and regulations to follow when presenting your work as your own.
Concordia University has several resources available to help students better understand and uphold academic integrity, including a presentation of the Academic Code of Conduct, an explanation of plagiarism and other forms of misconduct, and an outline of the consequences if you violate academic integrity.
Reach the administrator at: Mebs.Kanji@concordia.ca
Dr. Mebs Kanji
514-848-2424 ext. 2599
Dr. Mebs Kanji (Political Science) is responsible for interviewing undergraduate students under the Academic Code of Conduct, making the decisions pertaining to these interviews and attending the relevant Academic Hearing Panel cases. He liaises with the Associate Dean, Student Academic Services on Code issues.