Honor Code

The School of Business requires that all students conduct themselves in an ethical manner. This dedication to ethical behavior is an integral part of the student experience.

  • Prior to being accepted into the School, all students are required to agree to abide by an established code of honor (PDF)
  • In 2007, a student-led initiative resulted in the development of a positive code of conduct (PDF)
  • The School of Business, in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has established the International Center for Ethics in Business (ICEB). Each year, the center invites ethical leaders to campus as part of the free Walter S. Sutton Lecture Series.

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