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To represent oneself as the author of some work that is in fact the work of someone else is to plagiarize. Plagiarism may include the “passing off” of the form of the work—for example, the exact words of a piece of writing—or the intellectual content, or both.MORE
Don't Violate the Code
Plagiarism is a violation of the Georgetown College Honor System. Every student signs this honor code during orientation. Violation of the Honor System can result in the following: written reprimand/warning, financial restitution, F on a specific assignment, F in pertinent course, suspension, and/or expulsion.