Academic Integrity

Stevenson University expects all members of its community to behave with integrity. Honesty and integrity provide the clearest path to knowledge, understanding, and truth – the highest goals of an academic institution. For students, integrity is fundamental to the development of intellect, character, and the personal and professional ethics that will govern their lives and shape their careers.

Students entering Stevenson are required to complete INT 100, Principles of Academic Integrity, a brief online course covering academic integrity. The deadline for completing the course is one week prior to the beginning of Registration. It is the University’s vision that with proactive learning engagement in academic integrity potential academic misconduct violations will be reduced. Students who fail to complete the course by the deadline will be unable to register for classes for the next semester until the course is completed.

Stevenson University requires students found responsible for a first violation of academic misconduct to complete an online integrity education course. Please note students may incur a charge for the course.

The Academic Integrity and Academic Misconduct Policies are found in the Policy Manual, Volume V: Student Policies, Section 5.1 and 5.2, which is located on the Stevenson University portal page.

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