Faculty: Faculty teaching courses through distance education methods hold primary responsibility for ensuring that students comply with the College’s identity verification policy. As technology and personal accountability are not absolute in determining a student’s identity, faculty members are encouraged to design courses that use assignments and evaluations that support academic integrity.
The Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs is responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy and that deans, department chairs, and program coordinators are informed of any changes in the policy in a timely fashion.
Information Technology Services: This policy will be referenced on the login page of the College’s learning management system.
Failure of employees to comply with this agreement/policy will be addressed through the College’s Corrective Action process as noted in the College’s employee handbooks. If warranted, an employee’s failure to comply will result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. Failure to comply may also be a violation of civil/criminal law and may cause the employee to be subject to applicable penalties.
Failure of students to comply with this agreement/policy will be addressed through the College’s Policy on Plagiarism and other Infringements of Academic Honesty or the Campus Conduct System as noted in the College’s Student Handbook. If warranted, a student’s failure to comply will result in termination of access to College technology resources. Failure to comply may also be a violation of civil/criminal law and may cause the violator to be subject to applicable penalties.