Student Integrity Code

By August 28, 2013

Standard One. A member of the Puget Sound community must not harm someone physically or psychologically, or cause them to fear being harmed.

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Intentional actions or destructive behavior which undermine another’s basic dignity or self-esteem are also contrary to the Standard and are prohibited.

Student Integrity Code

By August 28, 2013

The need for exercising thoughtful and tolerant judgment is particularly important, as our society searches for ways to acknowledge the diversity of its members and their contributions. The Principle and Standards require tolerance of and respect for the abundant ideas and systems of belief brought to the University by its members, who emerge from differing pasts. But they also demand that students move beyond intellectual tolerance and respect, to a coherent appreciation of the intrinsic value of pluralism in the University community.