The C of I Honor Code assumes commitment to the highest personal and community values. Far from being a mere pen-and-ink statement, the Code is a declaration by the entire College community - students, faculty, staff, trustees, and alumni - that the honorable course is the most just, and therefore the best. By forming a basis for campus life, the Honor Code engenders an atmosphere of openness and mutual trust that is all too rare in higher education.
The Code: The College of Idaho is a community of integrity; therefore, we, the students, seek to promulgate a community in which integrity is valued, expected, and practiced. We are honor bound to refrain from cheating, stealing, or lying about College-related business. We are obligated to examine our own actions in light of their effect on the community, and we are responsible to address any violations of these community standards.
The Pledge: All course work submitted for evaluation is pledged with the student's signature:
I pledge that this work was completed with academic integrity.
Revision: Any changes to the Academic Honor Code must be approved by a student referendum subject, of course, to Board approval.