Academic Integrity

Integrity is a character-driven commitment to honesty, doing what is right, and guiding others to do what is right. A commitment to integrity draws our attention inward, to our own individual moral character and our capacity as moral agents in a complex world, but it is expressed outwardly in our behaviors. 

Arizona State University students and faculty are expected to act with integrity in their educational pursuits. The academic integrity policy outlines the rules, the repercussions for violations, and methods for appeal. Students can appeal to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) which supports a safe and inclusive environment that fosters the intellectual, personal, social and ethical development for all students.

The Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics promotes integrity, respect, responsibility, and service throughout the university and into the greater community.
The ASU Office of the President consists of a core team of professionals who perform advising, administrative, policy, business, scheduling, and communication functions to help advance the teaching and research missions of the institution.
The Office of the University Provost provides leadership to all of the university's campuses and academic programs, fostering excellence in teaching, research and service to the community.