Academic Integrity

Integrity and Honest Work

McGill places a great deal of importance on honest work, the art of scholarship, and the fair treatment of all members of the university community, and demands a rigid insistence on giving credit where credit is due. Offences such as cheating and breaches of research ethics undermine not only the value of our collective work, but also the academic integrity of the University and the value of a McGill degree.

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