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The University of the Incarnate Word is strongly committed to the nurturing of academic excellence. The university expects its students to pursue and maintain truth, honesty, and personal integrity in their academic work. Academic dishonesty, in any form, constitutes a serious threat to the freedoms which define an academic community.
For definitions and procedures for investigation of claims of academic dishonesty under this policy, please visit Appendix 18 (pg. 171) of UIW's faculty handbook.
Apply for the 2018-19 ASL Scholarship. Twelve $3,500 scholarships are awarded to adult students from ASL Chapter Schools. You do not have to be a member to apply.
Dr. Cyndi Porter, VP of Extended Academic Programs, provides a tutorial for students using online tools including Blackboard and DegreeWorks.