Application Integrity Policy
UCSC Silicon Valley Extension is an institution committed to academic integrity. Ethical practices require transparency and honesty in the application process. We urge all prospective students to understand the negative consequences associated with fraudulent actions.
- All supporting documentation must be genuine.
We expect all applicants to provide accurate and truthful information throughout the application process. We will deny admission to any applicant who submits fraudulent or misleading documents at any point during the application process.
- Applicants must submit their own applications unless otherwise disclosed.
Any applications submitted by a third party without clear disclosure is considered fraudulent and will result in denial of admission.
Consequences of Fraud
Our admissions team meticulously evaluates each application. Any misrepresentation or suspected fraudulent activity detected at any stage will result in the immediate rejection of an application and may subject applicants to further investigation and potential legal action.
We are committed to upholding the principles of fairness, honesty, and equal opportunity in our admissions process. By adhering to these principles, we ensure that students admitted to UCSC Silicon Valley Extension possess the necessary qualifications, personal attributes, and ethical standards to thrive in our academic community.