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    The Enloe Honor Code

    Honor is, by definition, living by common ethical standards for the sake and respect of community and environment. Honor includes refraining from cheating, forgery, harassment, littering, lying, plagiarism, stealing/identity theft, and vandalism.

    1. Cheating: can be defined as using or sharing information that has not been authorized for any assignment.
    2. Forgery/Identity Theft: can be defined as assuming another’s identity, orally or written, including unauthorized use of user names and passwords of others on the school network.
    3. Harassment: can be defined as causing intentional distress, be it physical, mental, or emotional.
    4. Littering: can be defined as disregarding the environment by discarding trash in areas other than those designated for trash.
    5. Lying: can be defined as telling falsehoods, either to benefit oneself or to benefit another person; also, not telling the whole truth; intentionally omitting information.
    6. Plagiarism: can be defined as taking credit for someone’s work, without citing a source.
    7. Stealing: can be defined as taking and/or keeping the possessions of others without their consent or knowledge.
    8. Vandalism: can be defined as causing damage to or altering the appearance of another’s property, including components of the school network.
    Consequences: See student handbook for existing policies.