Center for Writing/Student Writing Support
University of Minnesota Libraries
Department of Writing Studies
Expectations about plagiarism
Get an introduction to American academic expectations about plagiarism, showing examples of what is and is not plagiarism using the framework of the "What are you telling your readers?"
All undergraduate students are required to take first year writing (WRIT 1301), and special sections of WRIT 1301 are reserved for non-native speakers of English. These sections are listed on onestop class schedule under Writing Studies and are listed first in the list of Writ 1301 sections (designated as "for non-native speakers of English only"). For more information, contact Sheryl Holt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE)
All students are welcome at the Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE) Instructional Center. We offer academic support services in writing, languages, and STEM. The full Instructional Center schedule will be posted at https://diversity.umn.edu/multicultural/instructionalcenter come the start of the semester.
Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (OSCAI)
What is Plagiarism?
Plagiarism shall mean representing the words, creative work, or ideas of another person as one’s own without providing proper documentation of source. Examples include, but are not limited to:
 Portions used with permission from New York Institute of Technology and University of Texas, San Antonio.
SMART Learning Commons
Minnesota English Language Program (MELP)
Make an appointment for free, one-to-one ESL support for international undergraduate students. ESL consultants can discuss students' specific needs around using and citing sources, including integrating quotations and paraphrases into assignments and formatting citations correctly.
For credit classes (semester or shorter) to learn more about writing and get practice.