Academic Integrity 

Arizona State University is an institution that places a high emphasis on values and ethics. As a member of the ASU community, you have a duty to uphold the standards of excellence that comprise the New American University. Among these standards is the notion of academic integrity.

Academic Integrity simply involves students making the right decisions to earn and preserve their achievements in the classroom. It involves being a great leader and exemplary member of the ASU family. All individuals, regardless of their role within the community, are expected to act with the fullest integrity in regards to their educational endeavors.

Academic Integrity policies 

Your first stop for researching ASU policies on academic honesty should be the Academic Integrity website from the ASU Office of the University Provost, or The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Integrity website. Here you’ll find a number of resources for faculty and students, including the ASU Student Academic Integrity Policy and a series of guides designed to help students avoid integrity violations.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Integrity Officer (AIO)

Amanda Smith, Senior Director of Curriculum and Academic Affairs in The College Dean's Office, is the AIO of The College. She serves as the lead educator for faculty and students to sustain a culture of academic integrity at ASU and to increase awareness of the university's academic integrity policy.

Both students and faculty can contact Amanda to report an academic integrity violation or to ask questions related to academic integrity policies and procedures

Academic Integrity syllabus language

Faculty should set expectations for academic integrity by including the policy language in their syllabi.

See the Academic Integrity sections in the below resources:

Academic Integrity teaching resources from ASU Online

Academic Integrity for test-taking