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The Academic Integrity Seminar allows universities to offer students a proven, personalized educational intervention designed to emphasize the importance of personal responsibility and social trust.

I felt that this seminar was great and helped me rethink of what honesty, trust, and self-worth were about.

University of Oregon

The instructors of the program give excellent individual feedback and genuinely care about educating our students about the importance of integrity in all aspects of life.

Office of Academic Integrity
George Mason University

I think that the seminar was very educational and at the same time entertaining. I really enjoyed most of the readings. All of them involved a good message within them, that made me reflect among my goals and my life.

University of Maine

We have been extremely pleased with the feedback received from students regarding their participation in the Academic Integrity Seminar. We are also able to have students think about larger issues that impact their ethical development.

Student Development Administrator
Purdue University

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What is the Academic Integrity Seminar?

About The Seminar

The Academic Integrity Seminar is a demanding, personalized online seminar administered to students at colleges and universities across the country. It is used for ethical development programming, honor council and hearing board training, and as remediation for violations of university honor codes and codes of conduct. Students are usually assigned by referring educational institutions.

The Seminar is designed to help students examine the importance of social trust and the components of emotional intelligence required to sustain it. We also seek to enhance critical thinking skills and help students write persuasive, well-reasoned essays.

How It Works

Our Impact


Academic Integrity FaceBook Group

Ten Principles of Academic Integrity for Faculty

Contact Us

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See our Contact page to learn more about:

  • How to sign up for the seminar
  • How to use the seminar at your school
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