Frequent Cheating Found in Colleges

Forty per cent or more students at large colleges admit to frequent cheating with "no sense of wrong-doing," a survey conducted for the Twelfth National Conference on Higher Education has reported.

The survey, led by Philip E. Jacob, social sciences professor at the University of Pennsylvania, reports that "the chinks in the moral armor of American students are most obvious."

The report added that college sex morality is somewhat better than the academic morality. The document reported, however, that students at Cornell "attach little importance to chastity as a criterion for choosing a mate."