Student Integrity Code – The Integrity Principle

By August 28, 2013

At the annual Matriculation Ceremony, all entering students subscribe to the Integrity Principle by making this public promise:

“I believe that personal integrity is essential. Therefore I accept responsibility for my actions and promise that I will examine the motives and consequences of all that I do, so that my actions consistently reflect my wholehearted commitment to the search for knowledge and self-understanding. I will be fair, civil and honest with all other members of the University community and respect their safety, rights, privileges, and property.”

Student Integrity Code – The Integrity Principle

By August 28, 2013

The Integrity Principle was developed, in its original form, by members of Puget Sound’s Student Senate. By subscribing to the Integrity Principle, all members of the University community commit themselves to honoring certain basic principles:

-the open exchange and challenge of beliefs, without rancor;

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-the need to care for others and to be cared for, without possessing or being possessed.