Answered By: Kerry Louvier
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2021     Views: 2812

Faculty can learn more about Rasmussen's Academic Integrity Policy and access related resources via the Academic Integrity Violations in the Learning and Teaching section Academic Policies within Rasmussen's Sharepoint site.

If you have any questions, you may wish to contact your Dean or the library and learning services team.

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All other (non-LLS questions) should be submitted to the appropriate department (advising, bookstore, PSC, etc.).