A peer-to-peer shared inquiry devoted to exploring how to be a person of integrity.
The Integrity Seminar is held every semester, meeting once a week for eight weeks. Led by the Academic Honor Council Coordinator, Monica Mendenhall, and Graduate Counseling Program student, Shawnnie White, this is an opportunity to eexplore personal integrity in a safe setting.
- "Doing what's right isn't always easy, but the right thing will always be best and take you where you want to go. The right thing should be done at all times. When in a group or by yourself. Go hard or go home". (Integrity Seminar Student, 2011).
- "I was embarrassed to be in this group when I walked in the room on the first day because I felt like I was being labled as a cheater. But I soon realized that people make mistakes, and that this seminar wasn't about humiliating me. This seminar has educated me about what having an honor code means to our community and how important it is to have personal integrity at all times becasue my actions don't just affect other students - the choices I make affect our community as a whole". (Integrity Seminar Student, 2009).
- "This seminar showed me that by cheating, I was diminsihing the value of the SMC degree, and I was letting my classmates down by taking the easy way out". (Integrity Seminar Student, 2004).