You agree that you:
will not harass other Students, Attendees, Visitors, or Udacity Employees;
will not plagiarize (a form of cheating) the work of others. For example, using another person’s original work (e.g., code, language, formulas, etc.) in your assignments, projects, or assessments. For more information on plagiarism, see our full definition and examples here.
will not post online any secured testing materials, as applicable;
will comply with the requirements of the specific applicable code of conduct, if any, relating directly to a Nanodegree program in which such you are enrolled; and
If you are registered or enrolled as a Student in, or are otherwise attending, an Online Course through an Educational Partner or other institution with its own policy regarding student and/or employee conduct or an "honor code," those terms may also apply to you.
Failure to adhere to this Honor Code impairs the integrity of our learning environment and harms the value of our Nanodegree programs for our Students. If we determine that you have violated this Honor Code, we reserve the right to take any action we deem appropriate, including, but not limited to, rejecting your submissions or removing you from our programs with no refund.
By engaging with Udacity’s student or alumni community, whether as a student, mentor, reviewer, or otherwise, you are contributing to a culture of collaboration, mutual support, and lifelong learning. Udacity’s Community Code of Conduct is enforced to foster a productive learning environment for you and your fellow students and alumni.
The Community Code of Conduct is in place with the priority of preserving:
Respect among community members
By participating in Udacity community services, you agree to:
Cultivate a positive, supportive learning environment;
Communicate respectfully and considerately with all students, alumni and Udacity staff;
Not share content that is obscene, illicit, threatening, or discriminatory;
Contribute constructively to discussions with fellow community members; and
Notify Udacity immediately if you become aware of Honor Code or community violations at email@example.com.
The following behaviors are examples of the types of conduct that will not be tolerated in any Udacity community:
Harassment: Inappropriate, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory or violent comments or conduct.
Discrimination: Offensive comments related to gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability or disease.
Distributing inappropriate images: Use of sexual, violent, graphic, or derogatory images.
Bullying: Deliberate intimidation, threats of violence, violent language, or other language (e.g., comments on physical appearance), designed to intimidate, degrade, or shame another person.
Sexual harassment: Unwelcome sexual attention.
Cheating and plagiarism: Cheating and plagiarism. Please see the Honor Code for more information.
Self-injury or Suicide: Postings in any of our communities that encourage self-injury or suicide. If you or someone you know is exhibiting signs of self-injury or suicide, please find help at the Suicide Prevention Lifeline in the U.S. and Befrienders.org globally.
Other harmful conduct: Obscene, fraudulent, indecent, or libelous acts that defame, abuse, harass, discriminate against or threaten others.
Udacity may take any action regarding your access to and/or use of the community, programs, or site as it deems appropriate in connection with a violation of this Community Code of Conduct, including, but not limited to, removal of your posts or other content, removing you from our programs with no refund, or removing you from any or all of our Services.
All reports of violations should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be reviewed to determine the appropriate course of action in a timely manner.