The demographics and attitudes of students to cheating on a small, southern, urban, liberal arts institution were surveyed in terms of gender, extra-curricular activities , church attendance, age, and classification (undergraduate and graduate). Some of the prominent literature on demographics and academic violations is reviewed. The study concludes that at least 90% of students surveyed engage in some form of cheating, and students did not view digital cheating as an academic violation. This sample indicated that there is no significant difference in propensities to cheat among the variables included in this survey. Some possible measures are listed to help deter cheating on college campuses.