c. Lying/Tampering—Giving any false information in connection with the performance of any academic work or in connection with any proceeding under this policy. This includes, but is not limited to:
i. Giving false reasons (in advance or after the fact) for failure to complete academic work. This includes, for example, giving false excuses to an instructor or to any college official for failure to attend an exam or to complete academic work;
ii. Falsifying the results of any laboratory or experimental work or fabricating any data or information;
iii. Altering any academic work after it has been submitted for academic credit and requesting academic credit for the altered work, unless such alterations are part of an assignment (such as a request of an instructor to revise the academic work);
iv. Altering grade, lab, or attendance
vii. Submitting for academic advancement an item of academic work that has been submitted (even when submitted previously by that student) for credit in another course, unless done pursuant to authorization from the instructor supervising the work or containing fair attribution to the original work.
(Athens Technical College, Student Code of Conduct, p. 88)