11.22. ”Academic and Intellectual Traditions” Course

The honor council (or its designees) will develop and maintain a four-hour, intensive, not-for-credit course called Academic and Intellectual Traditions. The head librarian (or his/her designees) will offer the course on an as-needed basis during the fall, spring and summer semesters. The course will be scheduled by the office of student success and will stress higher-order themes of integrity, ethical behavior and best academic practices. Each person who has been found liable of an honor code charge and who, as part of his/her sanctioning, has been compelled to attend this class will show up to whichever of these scheduled sessions he/she/they has been assigned. All participants in the course are bound by the confidentiality requirements imposed in Sec. 11.19.