Academic Related Policies provide an overview of academic honesty in The Gervase Honor System and student bulletins and handbooks.
The Gervase Honor System expects students to uphold academic honesty and conduct themselves as a responsible member of the Georgetown Community.
The Standards of Conduct prohibit academic dishonesty,lack of academic integrity and actions that unfairly impinge upon the intellectual rights and privileges of others.
The Gervase Honor System applies to all Georgetown University undergraduate, graduate and non-degree seeking students.
The Honor Council acts as a investigators, jurors and disburse sanctions for students found in violation of the honor code.
As a Jesuit Catholic university students are expected to exhibit an honor code of academic integrity, refraining from dishonest conduct such as plagiarism, cheating and falsifying data.
The Gervase Honor System includes four procedures: Report, Investigation, Adjudication and Sanction
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