Familiarize Yourself with the Honor Code and Code of Student Conduct
August 26, 2021
Dear Georgetown Students,
Welcome to the Hilltop!
Georgetown is rooted in a 500-year-old tradition of Jesuit education that honors the worth and dignity of all members of our community. These values are expressed in our Honor System (new window) and our Code of Student Conduct (new window). These distinct but complementary policies guide our academic and co-curricular life at Georgetown.
All new Georgetown University students in the undergraduate schools, the Graduate School of Arts & Science and the School of Continuing Studies are required to complete the Georgetown University Honor Council’s online Academic Integrity tutorial.
The tutorial will introduce you to Georgetown’s policies regarding academic honesty and provide helpful information to ensure you are complying with Georgetown’s standards.
- Self-enroll in the mandatory Canvas course (new window). (Note: some of you may already see “HC-ACADEMIC-INTEGRITY-TUTORIAL” in your Canvas dashboard. If you do, you can complete the tutorial without the self-enroll link above.)
- Deadline for completion: Friday, October 8, at 11:59 p.m. Students must take a quiz at the end of the tutorial to document your completion.
- If you do not complete the tutorial on or before October 8, a hold will be placed on your registration for the next semester.
Questions or concerns about the tutorial? Email firstname.lastname@example.org (new window).
Student Code of Conduct
All Georgetown students are expected to know and to abide by our Code of Student Conduct (Code) (new window). Please read the Code carefully and familiarize yourselves with it.
- If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student Conduct at email@example.com (new window).
- As we all work together to keep our community safe and healthy, please also familiarize yourselves with University Public Health Guidelines (new window) and the specific COVID-19 policies for students (new window).
I wish you a fruitful and happy year.
Dr. Jeanne F. Lord
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Undergraduate Students