Membership on the Honor Committee is limited to 100 members who apply for membership. Undergraduate students who apply must have and maintain a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.66, be in good academic and conduct standing, and successfully complete the training and orientation program. Graduate student members must have and maintain a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.00 and must be in good academic and conduct standing as well as successfully complete the training and orientation program.
Faculty members and administrative faculty members who join the committee must have a minimum of a Master’s degree from an accredited program. Faculty members cannot participate in committees that are hearing cases they have referred. Additionally, faculty members are not assigned to cases from their own department.
All committee members are required to complete an online training module upon acceptance to the committee. In addition to hearing cases, committee members may be called upon to assist with programming initiatives, participate in classroom presentations, and assist faculty members with proctoring.
Students can apply for the Honor Committee at the link titled Honor Committee Application-Students
Faculty and Administrative Faculty can apply at the link titled Honor Committee Application-Faculty and Administrative Faculty