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This guide is intended to assist  faculty in promoting and teaching academic integrity and more specifically, issues associated wtih plagiarism.  Content includes


University of Dayton Honor Pledge

I understand that as a student of the University of Dayton, I am a member of our academic and social community.  I recognize the importance of my education and the value of experiencing life in such an integrated community.  I believe that the value of my education and degree is critically dependent upon the academic integrity of the university community, and so in order to maintain our academic integrity, I pledge to
- complete all assignments and examinations by the guidelines given to me by my instructors
- avoid plagiarism and any other form of misrepresenting someone else's work as my own
- adhere to the Standards of Conduct as outlined in the Academic Honor Code.

In doing this, I hold myself and my community to a higher standard of excellence and set an example for my peers to follow.

Source:  Undergraduate Bulletin


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