For Faculty & Staff
- University Codes & Policies
- Teaching and Learning Transformation Center Guide to Academic Integrity
- Classroom Disruption Advisory
- Requesting a Student Conduct Presentation (academic integrity or non academic)
- Instructor Conduct Process Manual (for assistance addressing academic and behavioral issues in the classroom)
Information on Policies
- Code of Academic Integrity
- Refer a Case
- 2020-21 Academic Integrity Annual Report
- Honor Pledge
- How To Prepare For An Honor Review (Hearing)
- Sanctions For Academic Charges
Resources for Instructors
- Academic Integrity Liaison Program (Point of Contact in colleges and departments for Academic Integrity related issues)
- Instructor Checklist for Academic Integrity
- University System of Maryland Best Practices for Promoting Integrity in Online Learning
- Readings on How to Promote Academic Integrity in the Classroom
- Sample Syllabus Text
- Q & A about Academic Integrity
- Campus Assessment Work Group Report on Academic Integrity
- 50 Ways to Jumpstart Academic Integrity Discussions in Your Class
- Teaching Assistant Recommendations for Instructors
- Guidance for Teaching for Mastery vs. Performance Goals
- Discussion on Academic Honor and Integrity by Reinvention Collaborative
- Student FAQ
As of August 6, 2021, masks must be worn indoors regardless of vaccination status. Instructors who are actively teaching may remove their masks so long as all other individuals in the room are masked.
COVID-19 Vaccinations are mandatory for all students, faculty, staff, and affiliates. More information about faculty and staff (including graduate assistants) expectations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic can be found here.
For instructors looking to include COVID-19 information on their syllabus, we suggest the following language:
President Pines provided clear expectations to the University about the wearing of masks for students, faculty, and staff. Face coverings over the nose and mouth are required while you are indoors at all times. There are no exceptions when it comes to classrooms and laboratories. Students not wearing a mask will be given a warning and asked to wear one, or will be asked to leave the room immediately. Students who have additional issues with the mask expectation after a first warning will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct for failure to comply with a directive of University officials.
More information for Fall 2021 course instructors can be found here in an August 13 letter from James Bond, Director of Student Conduct.