Integrity Week 2023
Integrity Week is an annual campaign hosted by the Office of Student Conduct and the University Student Judiciary to promote the importance of character, ethics, and integrity both inside and outside of the classroom. We aim to educate the campus about our values, policies, and what it means to be a community member. This year, Integrity Week is March 6 - March 11!
Grab a drink and compete with your friends in trivia on Friday, March 10, catch a ride to class in the Conduct Cash Cab, register to join us as we travel to DC together and attend the National Museum of African American History and Culture, or stop by one of our other events throughout the week! Follow us on Instagram (@ConductUMD) for updates and more information. All events are described below!
Would you rather... ride a golf cart to class or walk up Stamp Hill? Catch the Conduct Cash Cab around campus each day through the week from 10am-3pm and get a free ride to class!
Conduct Cash Cab is all week, Monday through Friday, from 10a to 3p.
Join us for a viewing of Just Mercy and stay for a dialogue to follow related to the ethics and the relevance of systemic injustice in the world. Grab some snacks with us and enjoy the movie in ESJ 2204 starting at 6pm on Tuesday, March 7.
Join the University Health Center in an Animal Assisted Activity, featuring well trained and highly skilled volunteer pups from the organization People. Animals. Love. (PAL). This event will be held twice during the week. See below for details. All you need to bring is yourself, drop in when you are available!
Stamp Student Union, Student Involvement Suite from 11:00am-1:00 pm on Monday, March 6.
Health Center, ground floor from 11:00am-1:00 pm on Thursday, March 9.
Team up (up to 5 people per team) to compete in Happy Hour Trivia on Friday, March 10 starting at 7pm in the STAMP TerpZone Activities Room! Students who are of legal drinking age will be able to purchase up to two drinks at the cash bar to enjoy while showing off your Terp knowledge!
Sign up to come with us as we take on DC to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture for a day of learning and reflection. Limited tickets available, so follow up email will be sent to you verifying your attendance.
In partnership with other campus departments, we want you to be mindful of responsible ridership of micromobility vehicles (e-scooters, e-bikes, etc.) So, when you see someone using a micromobility vehicle responsibly, let us know! Both you and them may receive a prize from the Office of Student Conduct. Report responsible ridership using this form. Remember, safety starts with you!