Integrity is the quality of having strong moral principles and living a life that is consistent with them. Integrity involves doing the right thing. But it also involves not doing the wrong thing. In an academic environment, that means not cheating.
Rutgers Business School (RBS) cares deeply about academic integrity. RBS does not tolerate cheating on academic work. Cheating not only harms the students who engage in it by robbing them of the opportunity to learn, but it also harms their classmates, employers, alumni and many others who bank on the integrity of an RBS degree. Therefore, RBS takes academic integrity very seriously.
This website provides important information to RBS students to aid in promoting academic integrity and guidance to RBS faculty on how to prevent and pursue violations of academic integrity.
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