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Discipline, Fraud, Plagiarism, Dress and Proselytizing on Campus

  • General measure

    The internal regulations of the UFR Sciences (Title II - article 8) stipulate that: "Any student presumed to be the author of or an accomplice to an act likely to undermine the order and functioning of the establishment will be summoned for an interview by the management of his/her teaching site. In particular, disrupting lessons may lead to immediate exclusion from the session. In the event of a repeat offence, he/she will be referred to the disciplinary section of the establishment."

  • Attendance

    Generally speaking, attendance is an obligation: "Students enrolled in a course of study are subject to an obligation to attend the tutorials and/or practical work that is part of the curriculum".

    For scholarship students, a verification of attendance is carried out by the University at the request of the CROUS. Attendance at the UFR Sciences is evaluated according to the following system (cf. internal regulations of the UFR Sciences Title II - article 7 modified): A student is declared not to be in attendance as soon as he/she is unjustifiably absent (ABI) from a teaching unit.

    WARNING: when a student with a grant is declared non-attendance at the CROUS, according to the above rule, his/her grant is immediately suspended and the CROUS generally demands the reimbursement of the monthly payments already made.

  • Examination fraud

    Any fraud or attempted fraud observed by the examination supervisors will systematically result in the student being referred to the disciplinary section in application of the examination charter.

  • Plagiarism

    Plagiarism consists in reproducing a text, a part of a text, any literary or graphic production, or the original ideas of an author, without acknowledging his or her authorship.

    The University's anti-plagiarism charter states that "Cases of alleged plagiarism will be prosecuted by the University before the competent authorities, and their authors will be liable to disciplinary sanctions."

  • Dress code and proselytizing on campus

    In accordance with article L141-6 of the Education Code: "the public service of higher education is secular and independent of any political, economic, religious or ideological influence; it strives for objectivity of knowledge; it respects the diversity of opinions. It must guarantee the possibilities of free scientific, creative and critical development in teaching and research. "We invite you to take note of the note to the attention of users on these issues.