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Contract Cheating

What is Contract Cheating?

Contract cheating is when one person completes work for another person that gets submitted for credit.

What Can I Do?

Giving yourself enough time to complete and study for all assignments, quizzes, and exams will help to eliminate the temptation to ask someone else to complete the work for you. 

There are many resources available on campus that can help you structure your essay, develop test taking and time management skills, or build your confidence, etc.

See a list of all the resources available to you on our website

International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating

Universities come together for one day each year to promote awareness of contract cheating and help eliminate it from our school systems. On Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 the University of Windsor will participate in this worldwide initiative and we will need the help of our students to make it a success. 

Look for students around campus and a booth in the CAW Centre where you can use a whiteboard to show the world why you don't contract cheat! We will be posting your reasons to our social media accounts (linked below) in order to join the global movement. 

Follow the University of Windsor Student Experience on social media for regular posts about contract cheating, resources available to you, and information about our plan for October 17th. 

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