Taking place on the 20th of October, International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating is a day where we can pledge to stand against Contract Cheating - we want you involved!
Wednesday 20th of October 2021 marks the International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating, a day where we can pledge to stand against Contract Cheating, and is supported by both the University and the Students' Union.
Join us at on 20th October at Augustine House and Laud Touchdown in Canterbury and Touchdown in Medway (from 10am) and look out for your SU Officers around campus to take the pledge. We will be offering free hot drinks and cake along with mini competitions.
Take our survey
We want to know what students understand and think of contact cheating so please help us and take our short survey.
What is Contract Cheating?
Essay mills are increasingly being used by, and indeed are promoting their services to, students. This is when a student pays money in order to engage someone to write an essay or other assessment for them. Contract cheating can also include a student asking a friend or family member to write their work for them, or downloading an essay from a website.
Want to find out more or need some support?
Go to our webage on Academic Integrity for further advice, guidance & support which links to the Learning Skills Hub for further reading and access to the Academic Integrity and Plagiarism module.