Academic Integrity

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Welcome to Marquette University's website focused on Academic Integrity. This website is designed to provide information and resources for students, faculty and staff who are interested in learning more about academic integrity. The policies and procedures are written up in detail in the Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletins.

As an institution of higher education, Marquette University is committed to developing the whole person, and academic integrity in all its forms, is an explicit value of the university community including students, faculty and staff. The development and practice of academic honesty and integrity, both inside and outside the classroom, are expectations for all members of the university community.

As a part of supporting integrity on campus, incoming students will recite the Honor Pledge at New Student Convocation. Additionally, a mandatory online tutorial on academic integrity has been developed for undergraduate students and a separate one has been developed for graduate students. Students are required to complete the relevant tutorial early in their first semester at Marquette University (October 1 for fall admission and March 1 for spring admission). Failure to complete the tutorial will result in a registration hold.

Hear what Dr. Michael R. Lovell, president of Marquette University, has to say about the importance of academic integrity at Marquette:

Provost Myers and President Lovell

Academic Integrity


Academic Integrity Office
707 Building, Room 332

1102 W. Wisconsin Avenue
(414) 288-0262

Academic Integrity Director
Jacob Riyeff, Ph.D.
Teaching Assistant Professor, Dept. of English
Klingler College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Integrity Coordinator
Saúl Lopez, Ph.D. candidate
College of Education

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For Students