o university policies are in theUniversity Catalog, Student Or-ganization Handbook, ResidenceHall Agreement, Student Fam-ily Apartment Agreement, Resi-dence Lie Guidebook and theStudentHandbookwebsite:http:// osa.tamuk.edu/studenthand-book/.
100. Academic MisconductA.
Failure to ollow published de-partmental guidelines, proessor’ssyllabi, and other posted academ-ic policies in place or the orderlyand ecient instruction o classes,use o academic resources andequipment.
Unauthorized possession o ex-aminations, reserved library mate-rials, laboratory materials or othercourse related materials.
Failure to ollow the instructoror proctor’s test-taking instruc-tions, including but not limitedto not setting aside notes, booksor study guides while the test isin progress, ailing to sit in des-ignated locations and/or leavingthe classroom/ test site withoutpermission during a test.
Prevention o the convening,continuation or orderly conducto any class, lab or class activity. En-gaging in conduct that interereswith or disrupts university teach-ing, research or class activitiessuch as making loud and distract-ing noises, repeatedly answeringcell phones/text messaging or al-lowing pagers to beep, exhibitingerratic or irrational behavior, per-sisting in speaking without beingrecognized, repeatedly leavingand entering the classroom or testsite without authorization andmaking physical threats or verbalinsults to the aculty member, orother students and staf.
Falsication o student tran-script or other academic records;or unauthorized access to aca-demic computer records.
Nondisclosure or misrepresen-tation in lling out applicationsor other university records
200. Academic DishonestyA.
Plagiarism: Portrayal o anoth-er’s work or ideas as one’s own.
Cheating: Using unauthor-ized notes or study aids; allowinganother party to do one’s work/ exam and turning in that work/ exam as one’s own; getting helprom another party without theinstructor’s consent; submittingthe same or similar work in morethan one course without permis-sion rom the course instructors.
Fabrication: Falsication or cre-ation o data, research or resourc-es, or altering a graded work without the prior consent o thecourse instructor.
Lying: Deliberate alsicationwith the intent to deceive in writ-ten or verbal orm as it applies toan academic submission.
Bribery: Providing, ofering ortaking rewards in exchange or agrade, an assignment or the aido academic dishonesty.
Threat: An attempt to intimi-date a student, staf, or acultymember or the purpose o re-ceiving an unearned grade or inan efort to prevent the reportingo an Honor Code violation.
Aid o Academic Dishonesty:Intentionally acilitating any acto academic dishonesty.
Thet o public or privateproperty or o services on uni-versity property or at univer-sity sponsored activities. Thisincludes unauthorized use o auniversity or privately-ownedtelephone and/or charging un-authorized phone calls to an-other person’s or the university’sbilling account. Knowingly pos-sessing stolen property or resell-ing stolen property constitutesthet or being an accessory tothet, and is thereore a violationo this provision.
Unauthorized tampering,possession or use o universityowned or controlled equipment,including but not limited to uni-versity keys, university urnish-ings and equipment.
Committing acts that con-stitute disorderly conduct or dis-ruptive activity, which includesphysical or verbal abuse and/orinjury o another person; abusive,indecent, proane or vulgar lan-guage in a public place; threatsor obscene actions; nuisance orobscene telephone calls, ght-ing; and/or disrespect o therights and privileges o others;verbal and/or physical harass-ment o any university studentor employee.
Breaching campus saety orsecurity, to include but not lim-ited to unauthorized access touniversity acilities, tampering/ damaging door locks, securitycameras and card access read-ers, duplicating university keys,propping o exterior residencehall doors and the placement o equipment or vehicles (includ-ing bicycles) so as to obstructthe means o access to/romuniversity buildings and therebyendangering lie and saety.
Damaging, destroying, de-acing, misusing or littering o any property o the university oruniversity vendor, o another in-stitution or o another person onuniversity premises or at univer-sity sponsored activities.
Breach o computer secu-rity, unauthorized use o com-puter acilities, misuse o anycomputer, networking device,telephone, copier, printer, axmachine or other university in-ormation technology resourceand other violations o the uni-versity’s Computer Use Policy. Allstudents are granted permissionto use the computing resourceso Texas A&M University-Kings-ville. The university has specicpolicies, which govern the useo electronic network acilitiessuch as local area networks andthe Internet. Upon misuse o thecomputing acilities at Texas A&MUniversity-Kingsville, the univer-sity reserves the right to deny u-ture computing privileges to theindividual at all university ownedcomputing acilities. Misuse o university inormation technol-ogy resources will result in res-titution charges or the servicereceived, damage incurred andany associated costs. In addition,students ound to be in violationo this section will be subject toother disciplinary action.
MAC LAB (ROOM 189) USE POLICY:
This is not a general campus lab!Access to room 189 and use o all its equipment is limited to Art Majors,students enrolled in Graphic Design ARTS-2313 and any other classesmeeting in the lab. The tables and desks in the lab are not exacto bladeresistant, DO NOT cut directly on top o these suraces. As a student,your use o sotware and the Internet is governed by TAMUK policies.
• DO NOT USE SPRAY ADHESIVE IN THE LAB OR INSIDE THE ART BUILDING.• FOLLOW LAB POLICES POSTED ON WALLS.• ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINKS ARE ALLOWED IN THE LAB.• LAB DOSE NOT PROVIDE PRINTING PAPER.• YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING YOUR OWN PRINTING PAPER.• BE CONSERVATIVE IN YOUR USE OF MATERIALS.
MAC LAB (Room 189) Open Hours:
When classes are not in session: Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
ART SUPPLIES NEEDED FORCOMPLETION OF COURSE:
• Two USB external micro vault
drives (min 8 GB o ree space)
• Recordable CDs (as needed)• CD Paper Sleeves (a must)• Sketch Book minimum size 8”x11”• 6B Drawing Pencils (as needed)• Mechanical Pencils (as needed)• Exacto Knife & Blades (as needed)
Any additional supplies TBA
• Illustrator CS5:
Visual QuickStart Guide
• Graphic Design Solutions
by Robin Landa
• Design Basics
by David A. Lauer& Stephen Pentak