How do you explain academic integrity?

How do you explain academic integrity?

‘the expectation that teachers, students, researchers and all members of the academic community act with: honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility. ‘

What are the 6 values of integrity?

Understanding and Applying the Six Values of Academic Integrity in all Aspects of our Teaching Learning Roles and Experiences

  • Honesty.
  • Trust.
  • Fairness.
  • Respect.
  • Responsibility.
  • Courage.

How can you show integrity as a student?

Students show respect by:

  1. consistently and accurately citing the work of others in their assignments.
  2. keeping academic materials and instructor’s intellectual property private (e.g., class slides, assignments, tests, etc.), and not sharing these without the instructor’s permission.

What are the 5 pillars of academic integrity?

The International Center for Academic Integrity defines academic integrity as a commitment to five fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. We believe that these five values, plus the courage to act on them even in the face of adversity, are truly foundational to the academy.

Why does integrity matter to you?

Integrity makes you secure and confident in who you are as a person. When you don’t have integrity, there’s nothing to help your self-esteem since you’re not honest about your morals and values. Confidence comes from being secure in who you are and reflecting on that to others.

How do you write an academic integrity statement?

I affirm that this exam represents my own work, without the use of any unpermitted aids or resources. I understand that there will no tolerance towards academic dishonesty, and that cheating can and will lead to automatic failure from the class as well as a report to the Academic Integrity Committee.

What are the 5 fundamental values of academic integrity?

What is Title IX and how does it impact you as a student GCU?

Title IX is a federal mandate that protects students attending educational institutions from sex discrimination. The law says that students cannot be denied participation in any school program solely based on their sex.

What GPA do I need to graduate with honors at GCU?

3.7 or greater
Cumulative high school GPA of 3.7 or greater. OR ACT composite score of 27 or greater.

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