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What is academic integrity? Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in your coursework, scholarship and research.
Why is academic integrity important? In an era when accusations of plagiarism erupt regularly, your reputation of integrity will be priceless. You and your work will be trusted in academia, research and your future career.
As a top-ranked college and New American University, Arizona State University (ASU) must preserve its reputation for excellence and quality. Therefore, any student who fails to meet ASU standards of academic integrity can suffer serious consequences.
Consequences of non-compliance can be significant, including:
Serious violations can result in the revocation of a degree several years after it was granted. The pressure to finish a degree may be intense but it can’t be as hard as picking up the pieces of your life when you are stripped of a degree that you worked hard and long to earn.