Integrity of Application Process

Each applicant is required to certify that any and all information furnished to the University is accurate and complete. In addition, any material submitted (including – but not limited to – the application itself, essays, and supplemental materials) must be the applicant’s original work. Any applicant for admission or financial aid who knowingly submits false or fraudulent information, conceals material information, or intentionally misleads or misinforms the University, may be subject to actions including (but not limited to) denial of admission, revocation of an award of financial aid and repayment of dispersed funds, dismissal from the University, revocation of admission or revocation of a conferred degree.