Be true to your word, and your work, and your friend.
John Boyle O'Reilly
Academic Integrity is an expectation and an important value for all members of the SNHU community – students, faculty and staff. In order to truly learn, grow, and prepare to achieve our goals inside and beyond the classroom, a commitment to completing individual and unique work that demonstrates learning is essential. Academic integrity goes beyond the rules of citations and avoiding plagiarism. It is a personal responsibility for our individual learning as well as our collective role in creating an authentic educational experience.
As a part of our mission This link opens in a new window to expand access to high-quality education to meet the needs of every learners, Southern New Hampshire University recognizes academic integrity as critical to our success and the success of our students. As part of our unwavering commitment to student success and helping to transform the lives of our students, we are committed to the fundamental values of academic integrity:
On this page you will find faculty and student resources related to academic integrity, policy and additional resources that will help you navigate this topic.
ICAI. (2020, March 13). Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity. International Center for Academic Integrity. https://academicintegrity.org/images/pdfs/20019_ICAI-Fundamental-Values_R12.pdf This link opens in a new window