Do you need to report a violation or learn about academic integrity at the Fulton Schools of Engineering? Check out the engineering school resources we have available.
The Engineering Academic Integrity Office works to develop a respectful and positive culture of academic honesty. We do this by promoting both proactive and reactive educational initiatives. We also help students understand the ASU processes and learn from their mistakes after they are found responsible for a violation. The FSE follows the ASU student academic integrity policy.
Ultimately, promoting good ethical decision-making and protecting the quality of the ASU degree is everyone’s responsibility. If you have questions feedback or concerns, please contact Chuck Barbee at [email protected] .
The ASU student honor code affirms the commitment of ASU students to always complete their work with academic honesty.
The Fulton Schools of Engineering student professionalism expectation plays an important role in our efforts to foster a community of learning and collaboration, where everyone can succeed.
Learn more about what happens when a student is accused of a violation, and see lots of resources for how to prevent being involved in an act of academic dishonesty.