Academic Integrity

Published: April 7th, 2005

Category: Memos

Eugene Zdziarski, Dean of Students

In preparing for end of the semester tests, the Honor Court and the Dean of Students office would like to remind faculty and staff of the particular importance of emphasizing the importance of academic integrity. This is a stressful time for the university community, particularly for the students, and can lead to some students making poor decisions regarding academic honesty and integrity.

Allison Lane, Chancellor of the Student Honor Court and Cyrus Williams, Assistant Dean of Student Judicial Affairs, have created a brief, ten minute presentation that Honor Court members can present to your classes. This presentation discusses academic honesty, and encourages students to abide by the Honor Code. At your request, Honor Court members will come to your classroom and discuss the importance of academic integrity and answer questions regarding the Honor Code.

Presentations may be reserved on a first come, first serve basis.

Presentations will be conducted between through April 21, 2005. Please contact Allison Lane at or 352-682-3823 to schedule a time for the presentation.

We look forward to speaking with your students. For complete instructions and information regarding the Academic Honesty policy and procedure, please do not hesitate to call the Dean of Students Office at 392-1261 ext. 207 or visit the Dean of Students website at

Please pass this reminder along to all professors and teachers assistants within your area.

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