Honors School Code of Ethics
Students in the Honors School at Monmouth University will strive for academic excellence and act with integrity in all scholarly endeavors. They will treat faculty members, fellow students, and all members of the University Community with respect and empathy. Honors students will respect the rights and property of others. The health and safety of students is of paramount concern and Honors students agree to notify the Dean of the Honors School, other appropriate University officials, or the Monmouth University Police Department (for emergency assistance) if a student appears to present a threat to themselves or others.
Honors students will strive to better their community through active participation and be a positive role model for all students with regards to their behaviors at all times. They will follow and abide by all applicable Monmouth University policies and procedures, rules, regulations, and the Student Code of Conduct. Honors students also understand and agree that the Office of Judicial Affairs may notify the Dean of the Honors School for possible Student Code of Conduct violations by an Honors student.
Honors students found in violation of Monmouth University’s Student Code of Conduct may be removed from the Honors School upon the decision of the Dean of the Honors School and the Honors Council. Suspensions (other than interim suspensions) for any amount of time by the University shall result in immediate removal from the Honors School. Additionally, academic misconduct reports sent to the University Discipline Committee may result in that student’s removal from the Honors School upon the decision of the Dean of the Honors School and the Honors Council. All decisions of removal from the Honors School by the Dean of the Honors School and Honors Council shall be final and binding.
Any reapplication to the Honors School will be adjudicated by the Dean of the Honors School and the Honors Council.