The academic experience at the Graham School is just as accommodating as it is rigorous. As a student, you are welcome to take advantage of many of the world-class resources and services the University has to offer.
Academic and Professional Advice
Contact program staff who will provide you with advice or redirect your questions. Contact information can be found on program landing pages.
Books and Course Materials
For courses which require you to purchase books and other course materials, these can be purchased at the Barnes and Nobel book store in the Gleacher Center or on the main Hyde Park campus at the University of Chicago bookstore and Seminary Co-Op.
Library (For Credit and Degree Students)
Access the world-class libraries of the University of Chicago and the services they have to offer. Choose from 6 campus libraries ranked as the 9th largest research library system in North America. Visit the Library site to find out more.
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Expectations of Satisfactory Academic Performance and Curricular Requirements
Academic Honesty: Plagiarism and Fraud
Plagiarism: It is contrary to justice, academic integrity, and to the spirit of intellectual inquiry to submit another’s statements or ideas of work as one's own. To do so is plagiarism or cheating, offenses punishable under the University's disciplinary system. Because these offenses undercut the distinctive moral and intellectual character of the University, we take them very seriously.
Proper acknowledgment of another's ideas, whether by direct quotation or paraphrase, is expected. In particular, if any written or electronic source is consulted and material is used from that source, directly or indirectly, the source should be identified by author, title, and page number, or by website and date accessed. Any doubts about what constitutes "use" should be addressed to the instructor.
Academic Fraud: Charges of academic fraud against students are subject to the University's policy on academic fraud when the regulations of the external sponsors (e.g. the federal government) are involved as determined by the Office of the Provost. In all other cases, charges of academic fraud against students are subject to this academic fraud policy only to the extent that they involve dissertations of students who have received their degrees, or work published or submitted for publication; other cases of academic fraud by students are subject to the Graham School’s disciplinary system.
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