There are many professionals at the university who can provide assistance with questions about academic integrity.
Faculty with questions about how to promote integrity through teaching techniques should contact their unit’s Academic Integrity Code administrator (see below) and may also consult the University’s Academic Integrity Sharepoint site (login required).
Students with questions about what constitutes academic dishonesty should start by asking their course instructor for guidance, as they are the best resources for academic integrity questions/issues related to their curriculum.
Each dean has designated an Academic Integrity Code Administrator who adjudicates cases that occur in their academic unit. The AIC administrators serve as resources for faculty and students alike. They are listed as follows:
College of Arts and Sciences
Office of Global and Immersive Studies
Kogod School of Business
School of Communication
School of Education
School of International Service
School of Public Affairs
Washington College of Law
The Honor Code for the Washington College of Law offers Information about academic integrity in WCL.
Office of the Provost
Academic integrity cases are adjudicated by the dean's office in the academic unit that offers the course in which the alleged infraction occurred. Sanctions that include notation on the transcript can be appealed to the provost. The provost has designated the following staff to review appeals and make recommendations: