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About Academic Integrity

What is Academic Integrity?

Having academic integrity means acting fairly and honestly when engaging in academic activities. information icon

Cheating, plagiarizing and inappropriate copying of textbooks are examples of types of academic offences.


Academic Integrity and Your Future Career

By having and applying an Academic Integrity Policy, Conestoga ensures graduates complete their studies fairly and honestly through hard work and dedication, and thus are well-prepared for their future careers. 

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When I graduate from Conestoga, I want my credential to have meaning with potential employers. That's why I respect Conestoga's commitment to academic integrity.

As an employer, I value Conestoga's commitment to academic integrity. It gives me confidence that Conestoga grads will have learned the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to be successful on the job. 

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