MUSC Honorcode

Honor Council Cases 2000-2001

Spring 2001

There have been two Honor Council hearings thus far involving two students from different colleges. 

The first case involved a student accused of lying.  The student pleaded guilty to the charge.  The sanctions were a letter of reprimand, probation for one year, and CAPS counselling.

The second case involved a student accused of cheating.  The Honor Council found the student guilty. Sanctions were: failure of the course and expulsion from the college.  This decision and sanctions were upheld by the college’s dean and went into effect at that time.

Please contact the Honor Council Chairman Will MacDonald at macdonwd@musc.edu

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