The Student Affairs office at Charisma University seeks to develop scholars and practitioners in their various disciplines to promote change, development, and progress in society.
Our team aims to create and maintain a productive learning environment for all students. We believe that learning is lifelong, and student success can only be achieved through personal growth and transformation.
Plagiarism refers to passing the ideas or words of another as one’s own (stealing ideas), using someone’s work without crediting the source, presenting an idea as new or original, that has been derived from an existing source.
All style guides (APA, MLA, Chicago Manual style etc.) include information on ethical and appropriate academic writing. The major difference among these citation styles is in the mechanics of the citation (how it is formatted and located). However, all guides require the writers to cite original authors when using their work.
The APA 7th ed. citation style serves as the standard for all academic writing at Charisma University.
Charisma University Student Handbook