Why is Academic Integrity Important?
Academic Integrity. It matters now, because it matters later.
"The greatest benefit of a culture of integrity may not be reduced student cheating. Instead, it may be the lifelong benefit of learning the value of living in a community of trust."
~ Donald McCabe and Linda Trevino
Students Who Practice Academic Integrity:
- Respect their peers by not taking unfair advantage in the classroom and in the post-graduate/professional environment
- Develop habits of ethical behavior that generate respect from their peers and the community
- Establish a foundation for the professional Codes of Ethics in their chosen careers
- Enhance the value of their degree and promote a positive image of the University in the community.
Faculty Who Promote Academic Integrity:
Carry out the Mission and Vision of the University:
We transform lives through educational excellence and dynamic partnerships, unleashing possibilities for impact in our community and worldwide.