Recently, I was looking for extra help on thermodynamics and had "Googled" for "thermodynamics problems and solutions" or something similar. After looking through the results, I realized one of them was the website for the publisher of my textbook and I clicked on it. I managed to get some extra problems that weren't included in the book with solutions to them included. There was also a thermodynamics calculator on the website that when I clicked on it, said I needed to register. I went back because I wanted to look at the website more and found that my fluid mechanics book was also on the site, only the problem was, I need to register to view any of the files. So I did, that being my toughest subject. Today, I recieved an email saying that I was not registered as a professor at Georgia Tech and a confirmation email was sent to some of the staff to verify that I was teaching. Now, I have another email saying I have violated the honor code by trying to obtain the solutions manual, and that the Dean has been notified. I had seen that the manual was on the site, but I was not too interested as my professor posts the solutions after we turn the homework in anyway. In short, what is likely to happen to me? Expelled? Some kind of probation? I realized it will look as if I was trying to impersonate a professor and trying to cheat on my homework, so I am a bit anxious.