Upholding Integrity at Regis Our collective academic honesty is a simple prerequisite for the pursuit of knowledge. Built upon honesty, loyalty and trustworthiness, academic integrity is one of the most important values of the university community. In particular, the Jesuit principles that underlie the Regis University mission and core philosophy, with their call to ethical inquiry and care of the whole person, demand that students commit to academic integrity in all aspects of their education and development. Likewise, faculty and all university employees must demonstrate and model the same high standards by being responsible for their own academic work, participating with good faith in academic discussions, and acknowledging the work of others. Questions regarding academic integrity should be directed to course instructors. Each college of the University (Regis College, Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, College for Professional Studies) maintains its own Academic Integrity policy that details the process and sanctions for violations. Regis College Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions College for Professional Studies Academic Integrity Tutorial Students, please follow the link in the email notification you received to begin the tutorial; you will need your student ID number and login information to register for the assessment.