A. General Definitions
Certain behavior which interferes with the academic
work of others may be considered a non-academic behavior
violation, rather than a matter of academic integrity. Examples of such behavior involving academic activities include violating copyright laws (software and printed materials), interfering with study environments in residence halls, destruction of library materials not involved with a course assignment (e.g., cutting out a journal article), unwillful failure to return a reserve book, and disputing a graded performance.