What is Academic Integrity?
St. Peter's College adheres to the University of Saskatchewan's Guidelines for Academic Conduct. The Guidelines for Academic Conduct from University of Saskatchewan Council give the following description of honest behaviour:
Honesty and integrity are expected in class participation, examinations, assignments, patient care and other academic work.
- Perform your own work unless specifically instructed otherwise.
- Use your own work to complete assignments and exams.
- Cite the source when quoting or paraphrasing someone else's work.
- Follow examination rules.
- Be truthful on all university forms.
- Discuss with your professor if you are using the same material for assignments in two different courses.
- Discuss with your professor if you have any questions about whether sources require citation.
- Use the same standard of honesty with fellow students, lab instructors, teaching assistants, sessional instructors and administrative staff as you do with faculty.
"Crossing the Line" Video
What's the meaning of academic integrity? You be the judge! U of S drama students wrote and performed these dramatic, yet humorous, sketches about plagiarism, cheating and academic integrity issues.