Aggie Code of Honor: "An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal, or tolerate those who do."
All syllabi shall contain a section that states the Aggie Code of Honor and refers the student to the Honor Council Rules and Procedures at www.tamug.edu/honorsystem.
It is further recommended that instructors print the following on assignments and examinations:
"On my honor, as an Aggie, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this academic work."
This statement should be followed with a place for the student to sign his/her name.
Training on academic integrity and academic dishonesty is provided for all who teach, including faculty and graduate teaching assistants. Training topics include the following:
Classroom atmosphere that promotes academic integrity
Testing techniques that promote academic integrity
Definitions of academic dishonesty
Strategies and rules for handling violations
Case assistance/consultation is provided for all faculty members when alleged violations occur, including the following:
Academic integrity/academic dishonesty rules and procedures
Methods for gathering information
Strategies for presenting information at a hearing
Department and Course Number
Length of Presentation
Number of attendees
The resources that follow the link below are provided through the Texas A&M University Aggie Honor System Office and take you out of the Galveston Aggie Honor System website.
Users should understand that, in some instances, references are made to offices or individuals in College Station. Please contact TAMUG's Office of Student Affairs or Office of Academic Enhancement with any questions or requests for clarification.