One of the most important things to the Graduate and Professional Academic Honor Council is our belief that supporting a student is essential for learning and rehabilitation, and supporting a faculty member can enrich their professional growth.
A philosophy we love is that the process of going through a GPAHC review board is not meant to be seen as a punishment for the student(s), but rather an educational learning opportunity for us to come together as a community to address the situation in an unbiased and safe environment.
- The GPAHC Coordinator and review board facilitator are available as sources of support to help guide the student in a positive direction and to reinforce the difficulties an instructor faces when reporting a student. Our goal is to provide a safe environment because being reported and reporting a studnet can be an emotional and stressful time.
Another part of the learning process for students is to go through the ACH Integrity Seminar.
- Students who are found in violation are required to attend this seminar to remove an "X" from their transcipt, that indicates an academic honor code violation has occured. This seminar is rehabilitative in nature, and receives a high percentage of positive feedback from students who have gone through the process. To learn more, please click on Integrity Seminar.
- Reporting a student can be a difficult time for instructors so our Coordinator is a trained counselor in order to appropriatley address your concerns.