Academic integrity tutorial

All undergraduate and graduate students are required to complete the academic integrity tutorial during their first semester on campus. To be cleared to register at their assigned appointment time, ALL first semester students must complete the tutorial before noon on October 1 for fall admission or noon on March 1 for spring admission. Undergraduate students must receive a score of 85 percent or higher on the tutorial's final test. Students may retake the test as many times as necessary to pass.

"I think the tutorial is an excellent tool that will go a long way to reduce academic misconduct on campus," said Kyle Whelton, past president, MUSG.

PLEASE NOTE: Students must complete the tutorial through D2L.

  1. Go to d2l.mu.edu.
  2. Log in with your Marquette username and password (same as eMarq and CheckMarq).
  3. Click the Academic Integrity link on the top right.
    Only students and instructors can access this link.
D2L link

Faculty and staff: To familiarize yourself with the information provided to students on academic integrity, view the undergraduate tutorial and graduate tutorial here. Please note this version does not include the test students are required to complete in D2L.

Provost Myers and President Lovell

Academic Integrity

Contacts

Academic Integrity Office
707 Building, Room 332

1102 W. Wisconsin Avenue
(414) 288-0262
academicintegritycouncil@marquette.edu

Academic Integrity Director
Michelle Mynlieff, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Integrity Coordinator
Ian Privett, M.S. candidate
Student Affairs of Higher Education, College of Education

More information

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