Respect and embrace the principles of academic honesty.
Embrace an academic philosophy for positive progress toward competency in goals, critical and logical thinking, and a commitment to excellence.
Participate actively in classroom and other learning environments and commit to becoming a lifelong learner.
Celebrate the similarities and differences in our cultures, races, and ethnic origins.
Encourage open communication and expression which is guided by respect for others.
Understand that sexual or social harassment will not be tolerated. Always dress for success.
Out of respect for others, discourage the use of profanity and offensive actions.
Accept personal responsibility for one's action and life choices and realize that embracing negative elements of an unhealthy lifestyle will interfere with success.
Engage in civic opportunities to share knowledge and skills with local, national, and world communities.
Embrace and respect tradition by participating in rituals and observances, especially those that contribute to the history and the heritage of the University.
Respect others by using cell phones and other electronic devices only in appropriate settings.
Stay focused on your purpose for being at the University.
Be alert to threats to safety and security and inform appropriate authorities of such situations.
Respect the freedom of others to express themselves in matters relating to academic and philosophical opinions.
Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs