The Honor Code of Emory College governs integrity in all academic assignments and matters, while providing a platform for allegations to be considered fairly. Both students and faculty participate in the College Honor Council, which investigates and adjudicates all allegations of academic misconduct.
On this website students and faculty can find information about the process for Honor Council cases in addition to resources about academic integrity.
To report a suspicion of academic dishonesty or discuss the Honor Council process, please contact:
- Dr. Jason Ciejka, Assistant Dean in the Office for Undergraduate Education, at 404-727-0674 or email@example.com, or
- Ms. Blaire Wilson, Assistant Director of the Honor Council, at 404-727-8928, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honor Council 2018-19
The Emory College Honor Council is seeking students to serve on the Honor Council, the Appeal Panel, and the Summer Honor Council in the 2018-2019 academic year. Eligibility to serve on the Honor Council is determined by your expected graduation date. Members will earn two academic credits each semester they serve by participating in the Honor Council Practicum course which currently meets on Monday evenings from 6:00-7:45PM. The application closes February 14 at 11:59 p.m. Click here for application materials.