Who is on the Council?
The composition of the Academic Integrity Council is made up of both faculty
and students. Faculty members are appointed by their respective deans
to serve a one-year term on the Council, which is renewable. After a second
year faculty members are rotated off the Council. Each school has two
faculty representatives, while the Columbian College maintains four representatives
due to its size.
Student membership on the Council is determined by a Selection Committee,
which reviews applicant files. Student members must be students
enrolled in a degree-granting program. In addition, they must be making
satisfactory academic progress and be in good academic standing. Finally
they may not have any disciplinary record or probation of any sort and
may not hold any position, either elected or appointed, in the Student
Association. Six representatives are chosen from the Columbian College
while the other schools have four representatives each.
Student applicants for membership may only be undergraduate or graduate level.
Applicants are encouraged to apply at any time of the year.
Academic Integrity Council Application - click to download
Last updated: March 22, 2011