All members of the University of Maryland Global Campus community are expected to maintain the highest level of integrity across the academic experience. For students, intellectually honest academic work represents independent analysis, acknowledges all sources of information that contribute to the ideas being explored, and ensures the ability to engage in life and work authentically.
A Message from Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Blakely Pomietto
The vision of University of Maryland Global Campus is to build the skills, competencies, and capabilities of our students to realize their professional aspirations. Integrity is the foundation of this vision to guide institutional and individual professional behaviors. Academic integrity refers to a set of shared values, principles, behaviors, and skills that lie at the heart of learning and scholarship. University of Maryland Global Campus has a long history of commitment to academic integrity, reflecting its values of truth, honesty, fairness, respect, and responsibility.
University of Maryland Global Campus students, faculty, and staff are accountable for upholding a culture of integrity. Maintaining academic integrity in our work includes mastery of essential skills and competencies, such as integrating others' ideas into an analysis, thinking critically about sources, and directly citing the work of others. Integrity also means mastering the knowledge, skills, and abilities within disciplines and fields authentically and demonstrably. The university is committed to helping students learn and succeed in these ways.
The academic integrity webpage is a resource for the entire university community to learn about integrity in academic work—the core of everything we do at University of Maryland Global Campus.
Included on this webpage is the university's philosophy of academic integrity. By adopting a philosophy of academic integrity, University of Maryland Global Campus is reaffirming a foundational commitment to the highest ethical standards in teaching and learning and articulating a clear vision for the place and purpose of integrity in the academic experience.
Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer