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"For traditional age college students, college is more than academic learning. It is the crucible for formative life experiences that shape who and what they will become in adulthood. Supporting the holistic development—intellectual, social, moral—of our students is one of our most important tasks, for they are our tomorrow."

Reduced Operations during COVID-19

As a general update, in response to COVID-19, the University will be operating in a partial online environment with reduced operations beginning March 18th. University classes will be moving to an online environment starting March 30, 2020. All staff in the Office of Student Conduct will be teleworking beginning on March 18th. All meetings will be conducted via Google Hangouts (unless otherwise specified).

The Honor Pledge

University honor pledge

The Honor Pledge is a statement undergraduate and graduate students should be asked to write by hand and sign on examinations, papers, or other academic assignments. The Pledge reads:.

I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment/examination.


The Office of Student Conduct now offers students a safe, anonymous space to ask about the Code of Academic Integrity, the Code of Student Conduct, or any conduct-related questions through our Anonymous Ask. To ask a question fill out the form, found here. To view current questions and answers, click here.

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