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Honor Code

Approved by the student body in 1912, the Code states:

We, the students of Barnard College, resolve to uphold the honor of the College by refraining from every form of dishonesty in our academic life. We consider it dishonest to ask for, give, or receive help in examinations or quizzes, to use any papers or books not authorized by the instructor in examinations, or to present oral work or written work which is not entirely our own, unless otherwise approved by the instructor. We consider it dishonest to remove without authorization, alter, or deface library and other academic materials. We pledge to do all that is in our power to create a spirit of honesty and honor for its own sake.

Please refer to the Honor Code booklet, distributed to all new students. If you do not have a copy at this time, please pick one up in the Dean of Studies Office. The Honor Board, which "has the responsibility for developing and following [the Code's] rules of procedure and for educating the community about the Honor System" is advised by Dean Blank. The 2011-2012 membership includes:

Student members: Ashley Thompson ’12 (chair),  Mehwish Ansari ‘13, Rachel Collens ’13 , Tsechu Dolma ‘14, Katelyn Dutton 14, Stacy Harfenist ‘13, Valerie Hwa ‘14,  Keyanna Millinger ‘14, Mara Wood ‘13
 

Faculty members:  Marisa Buzzeo, (Chemistry), Wendy Schor-Haim, (English)

Adviser to Board: Karen Blank, Dean of Studies

Please don't hesitate to contact barnardhonorboard@gmail.com if you have questions about the Code.

Please visit the Honor Board's website for more information.