It has come to our attention that some students are circulating some source code from last semesterís project, which was similar to this semesterís project.

This is clearly a violation of academic policy and students who are found doing this will have to appear before the Academic Honesty Committee, and if found guilty will receive a grade of zero (0) for the project, and have a permanent record of the offense placed on their college transcript. This offense never disappears from a studentís records and will follow them throughout their academic career, including if a student enrolls at another college or university. A second offense results in suspension from the college for a period of not less than one year. The grade of zero (0) on the project will result in failure of the course, since students are required to pass the project to achieve a passing grade in the subject.

If you have the plagiarised code in your possession, donít submit it, write your own code and submit that. Instructors will start marking all final project submissions on the scheduled due date for the final milestone. If you have submitted code that is not entirely your own and wish to recall that submission, notify your instructor immediately and your instructor will make a note not to mark that particular submission, even if you find that you are unable to submit the final milestone by the scheduled due date.

   The due date for milestone 4 is Friday April 7. 
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