What is Academic Integrity?
How you conduct yourself on campus says a lot about the type of person you are; which speaks to your personal integrity.
At Brock, academic integrity refers to your acknowledgment of and respect for the academic principles and behaviours that support the University’s mission. This includes:
• Completing your own work.
• Documenting your research (citing the work of others).
• Acting ethically and with integrity as you pursue your academic studies.
• Being responsible and taking responsibility for your actions.
• Learning from your mistakes.
• Setting the example (being a good academic citizen).
Please refer to the Academic Integrity Policy for more information.
"Quote" of the Month
"Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful."
- Samuel Johnson