Bryan College of Health Sciences is committed to being an academic community of integrity. Academic integrity is expected in all endeavors of its administration, faculty, staff, and student body. It encompasses honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility as they relate to all aspects of academic life, including administration, teaching, learning, and research. The resulting culture of integrity promotes academic excellence at all levels.
Students are expected to live the values of the Bryan College of Health Sciences and meet the high standards of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility delineated in the academic integrity policy. Examples of academic integrity issues specific to the student role include, but are not limited to:
Behaving in a civil manner within the learning environment
Demonstrating personal integrity and fostering integrity in others
Coming prepared to learn and actively participating in class and clinical
Seeking assistance from appropriate sources as needed
Managing time and resources to allow appropriate commitment to learning
Taking responsibility for understanding the meaning and implications of academic integrity and dishonesty as described in the Academic Integrity policy
All students at Bryan College of Health Sciences commit to Academic Integrity through the following honor pledge:
"On my honor as a student and future health care provider, I pledge to act with the highest integrity in all matters pertaining to classroom and clinical performance."
Watch this video to learn what students had to say about the importance of integrity in their academic endeavors.
For more information, contact:
Jenna Dubas, RN, MSN
Assistant Professor of Nursing