The School of Information and Library Science follows all academic policies set by the Graduate School, the University, and upholds the university honor code. Any specific questions regarding these academic policies may be directed to the students faculty advisor or to the associate dean.
Academic and Campus Policies
All SILS students must follow the University Honor Code. In brief, the Honor Code is a standard of conduct that upholds “high ideals of personal honor and respect for the rights of others.” It requires students to refrain from giving or receiving unauthorized aid on examinations or assignments: cheating and plagiarism are strictly prohibited and punished. For more information, please consult the Instrument of Student Governance at: http://instrument.unc.edu/.
The SILS grading policy is based on the University Grading Policy. SILS uses the graduate grading scale, which is defined as follows:
H - Clear excellence
P - Entirely satisfactory
L - Low passing
F - Failed
IN - Work incomplete