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Student Identity
by Kaitlin Seaman - Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 9:08 AM

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (PL 110-315) provides for additional governance of distance education. Specifically, institutions offering distance education are required to have processes to establish that the student who registers for a distance education course or program is the same student who participates and completes a course or program and obtains the academic credit.

By entering the eLearning course, you acknowledge that you are the student registered for the course. In addition, you acknowledge that you are the individual who is completing all applicable coursework, including, but not limited to exams, quizzes, eLearning discussions, etc.

Further, you acknowledge that should Midstate College, or representatives thereof, determine that the individual who is registered for the course is not the individual completing and submitting coursework or participating in course requirements, you will be subject to the College Academic Honesty policy. Failure to comply with the Academic Honesty policy may result in suspension from the College (Midstate College Student Handbook).