DENVER (CBS4) – Cheating is a virus that has infected college campuses for a long time, but now it’s not just limited to just plagiarism.
CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger has learned that the University of Colorado Denver is investigating allegations of cheating by a number of international students. The university will not discuss it, citing federal privacy laws, but Sallinger has learned at least some of the students were making large payments for others to take online classes and tests for them.
“I’ve been offered substantial amounts of money,” said a man who spoke on the condition that CBS4 not use his name.
The man said he had been paid to cheat for international students at a rate of $800 to $1,000 per class.
The man showed CBS4 text message conversations he was having with students where he asked one student if he needed tutoring or someone to do the…
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