Academic Integrity

What is academic integrity?

The Engineering Academic Integrity Office (AIO) 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.

Ultimately, promoting good ethical decision-making and protecting the quality of the ASU degree is everyone’s responsibility.

ASU Student Honor Code

The ASU student honor code affirms the commitment of ASU students to always complete their work with academic honesty.

Check out the Fulton Academic Integrity Matters (FAIM) program to participate in academic integrity initiatives.

How do I maintain academic honesty?

Learn about the common situations where academic dishonesty takes place, such as group projects, exams, and writing original code. Get tips on how to avoid common pitfalls in these situations:

What if I see academic dishonesty?

How to report

If you observe academic dishonesty, please report it by completing the form below.

If I am charged with academic dishonesty, what happens?

ASU and the Fulton Schools have specific procedures that are followed when a student is reported to have been academically dishonest.

Learn about the procedure and read the frequently asked questions on our academic integrity violation process for students page.

For more information

Fulton Schools Office Academic Integrity Office staff

Portrait of Chuck Barbee

Chuck Barbee

Director of Academic Integrity, Standards and Student Conduct

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Karen Lund-Dennison

Administrative Specialist

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Anna Yi

Specialist Senior

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