As a Bucknell student, you're required to abide by the Bucknell University Honor Code, outlined below, and to maintain academic integrity in all work you perform at Bucknell.
Academic Responsibility Orientation
In order to demonstrate your understanding of the principles of academic integrity, you'll need to successfully complete the Academic Responsibility Orientation, delivered via Moodle, by Aug. 28. You can start the Orientation tutorial and return to it later by indicating when prompted that you'd like to resume where you left off.
Please contact Jill Hallam-Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have technical problems or questions about the tutorial.
Statement of Community Responsibility
In addition to this Orientation, you need to read, retype and electronically sign the "Statement of Community Responsibility." Part of this statement is that you accept the obligation of academic honesty.
Bucknell University Honor Code
As a student and citizen of the Bucknell University community:
- I will not lie, cheat or steal in my academic endeavors.
- I will forthrightly oppose each and every instance of academic dishonesty.
- I will let my conscience guide my decision to communicate directly with any person or persons I believe to have been dishonest in academic work.
- I will let my conscience guide my decision on reporting breaches of academic integrity to the appropriate faculty or deans.
Learn more about Academic Responsibility at Bucknell.