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Honor Code, 1987-1988

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: 59575

Dates

  • 1987-1988

Conditions Governing Access

Permission for all access must be obtained from the College Archivist

Biographical / Historical

The Honor Code is based on the belief that students can successfully take the responsibility of establishing and maintaining standards in social and academic life. In the academic area the Honor System stipulates that one should distinguish clearly between original work and material from any other source. In the social realm, it is expected that a concern for others will be shown and that problems, should they occur, will be dealt with in a spirit of mutual respect. Students commit themselves to the Honor Pledge which requires them to fulfill three responsibilities: (1) to govern their own conduct according to the principles which have been adopted by the Students' Association; (2) to report themselves in case of a breach of the Honor System; (3) to ask an offender of the Honor system to report to the Honor Council or report the matter themselves.

Extent

1 folders (Small file with Haverford Honor Code brochure, clippings, and memoranda.)

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