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1. Policy on Academic Integrity

  • M.U.B.S. University is committed to excellence in scholarship. All members of the university have a responsibility to ensure that the highest standards of integrity in scholarly research are understood and practiced.
  • The university takes a serious stance towards form of academic dishonesty, such as plagiarism; submission of work for which credit has already been received; cheating; impersonating another student; falsification or fabrication of data; acquisition of confidential materials, e.g. examination papers; misrepresentation of facts; altering transcripts or other official documents.

2. Plagiarism:

  • Plagiarism is a kind of academic dishonesty in which an individual uses the work of another without appropriate acknowledgement. Plagiarism includes but is not limited to the following practices:
    • Using another's work without acknowledgement.
    • Copying material without quotation marks.
    • Paraphrasing too closely the exact words of the originating author.
    • Submitting as one's own work written in whole or in part by another individual.
  • The following practices related to plagiarism are also prohibited:
    • Helping another student plagiarize.
    • Submitting in whole or in part work for which the student has received credit in another course, unless the permission of the instructor has been obtained.
    • Submitting any statement of fact known to be false or providing a fabricated reference to a source.

3. Procedure in alleged cases of academic dishonesty:

  • The instructor will meet with the student and reach a decision concerning the matter. In the event that a sanction beyond a warning is required, the Dean of Student Affairs will be informed.
  • In a repeated or particularly serious case, or if the student disputes the decision of the instructor, the Dean of Student Affairs will be informed. If necessary, the Dean will meet with the student and the instructor. The Dean will make the final decision in the case, including the assignment of a penalty, if any. If the decision is that the student is guilty of academic dishonesty, the Dean will inform the student in writing, and send a copy of the letter to the instructor and to the registrar. The student may appeal the decision to the Student Academic Appeals Committee.
  • The normal penalty for a first offence is a zero grade in the component of the course in which the dishonesty occurred. However, in a case of particular seriousness, or in the case of a repeated offence, penalties may include a zero grade in the course, suspension of one semester or longer, or expulsion from the university.
  • A student who is dismissed from the University for a certain time for academic disciplinary reasons may in the last semester before graduation petition the Student Academic Appeals Committee in writing to have the notation "Suspended for Academic Disciplinary Reasons" removed from his or her transcript. The decision to remove would be based primarily on the academic performance of the student upon his or her return to the University; it would not be decided automatically.

The Code of Student Conduct

  1. Preamble:

    All MUBS University students are expected to conduct themselves at all times in a manner appropriate to an academic environment, and are subject to the disciplinary authority of the MUBS Committee on Student Conduct which is empowered to examine and judge matters of student conduct, excluding academic issues. This committee is an advisory body only, which makes recommendations to the President. In all cases, the decision for the disciplinary action will be taken by the President in consultation with the committee.

  2. General Rules of Conduct:
    • No student shall, by action, threat, or otherwise, obstruct University activities. Such activities include but are not limited to teaching, research, studying, and administration.
    • Disruption which occurs during the teaching of a course shall be treated as an academic offense and shall be referred to the appropriate administrative body.
    • No student shall, contrary to express instructions or with intent to damage, destroy or steal property, enter or remain in any building, facility, room or office.
    • No student shall take, destroy or otherwise damage property of others, nor shall any student take destroy or otherwise damage the property of MUBS University.
    • No student, in any manner whatsoever, shall deface the inside or outside of any building.
    • No student shall assault another person, threaten any other person with bodily harm or damage a person's property, cause any other person to fear bodily harm or fear damage to his or her property.
    • No student shall create a condition which unnecessarily endangers or threatens the health, safety or well-being of other persons or threatens the damage or destruction of property.
    • No student shall possess property stolen from another individual or institution.
    • No student shall use any University facility, equipment or service contrary to express instructions.
    • No student shall remove books or other library material from the University Library without proper authorization, mutilate or deface library books or material, purposely misplace them or in any other way deprive other members of the University community of the opportunity to have access to library resources.
    • No student, without proper authorization, shall use or interface with any University computer, access information contained therein or tamper in any way with any computer application. This includes but is not limited to gaining unauthorized entry into University computer centers, programs, databases or unauthorized access to the Internet.
  3. Sanctions
    The committee is empowered to recommend exoneration of the student or to recommend the appropriate sanction, which, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, can include one or more of the following courses of action:
    • Reprimand the student.
    • Require the student to make restitution for any damage or actions that he / she caused or otherwise rectify any situation which he / she created or helped to create.
    • Deny access to specific buildings or events.
    • Levy a fine of a fixed amount.
    • Place the student on disciplinary probation for a stated period of time.
    • Suspend the student from the University for a stated period of time.
    • Expel the student from the university.
  4. Attendance
    Attendance is required in all courses. Excused absences are not recognized, and instructors are authorized to lower grades for excessive absences. If illness, accident, or similar circumstances require absence for three or more consecutive days, it is the student's responsibility to notify the Registrar and contact the instructor to make up assignments and / or tests.
    Students are subject to withdrawal after 5 missed lectures of instruction. A permanent record of each student's attendance for the entire enrollment period will be maintained.
  5. Textbooks
    Instructors strive to offer the very best education; therefore students may not attend classes without the required textbooks.


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