As an ACC student, you have many responsibilities. Completing assignments on time, attending classes, balancing work, home, and student life — the list could go on and on! Fulfilling your student responsibilities with academic integrity allows you to take full advantage of learning opportunities, and helps establish good habits, which transfer into employable ethics.
Specifically, learning with academic integrity will ensure that your credentials — be they a certificate, diploma, or other type — represent your actual skills and abilities.
In each field, there are risks. The profitability or reputation of a business may be at stake. Your duties on the job may put your life, the lives of others, or society in peril. Colleges and universities that are accredited must display standards in order to have their credentials valued and thus sought after by students seeking future employment.
With all of this in mind, complete the following activity by choosing the risk that is most relevant to each scenario. The cases are based on actual events.