NCEES Allowed Calculators
Casio: All fx-115 models. Any Casio calculator must contain fx-115 in its model name.
Hewlett Packard: The HP 33s and HP 35s models, but no others.
Texas Instruments: All TI-30X and TI-36X models. Any Texas Instruments calculator must contain either TI-30X or TI-36X in its model name.
The NCEES policy on calculators can be found at http://www.ncees.org/exams/calculators.
As you may be aware, the Department normally runs an awareness campaign around this time of the year to encourage you to register to take the Fundamentals of Engineering(FE) in spring 2014, which you all will be eligible to take, provided you are within 20 credits of graduating as of the spring semester. Register through NCEES http://ncees.org/exams/fe-exam/
Statement on Academic Dishonesty
Academic dishonesty is an extremely serious offense and will not be tolerated in any form. Academic dishonesty in general is the presentation of intellectual work that is not originally yours. Examples include, but are not limited to , copying or plagiarizing class assignments including homework, reports, designs, computer programs, and other submitted materials; copying or otherwise communicating answers on exams with other students; bringing unapproved aids, either in physical (written) or electronic form to an exam; obtaining copies of an exam prior to its administration, etc. Academic dishonesty violates both the ethical and moral standards of the Engineering profession and all infractions related to academic dishonesty will be prosecuted to the fullest via the CEAS CASA committee. For you, the honest student, academic dishonesty results in lower class curves, hence a depression in your GPA and class standing, while cheapening the degree you earn.