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Academic Integrity


Academic Integrity at Bond means adhering, in words and actions and across all aspects of student life, to an academic moral code bound by the seven integrity principles of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, courage, and professionalism.


Breaches of academic integrity are known as academic misconduct or academic dishonesty.

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What is academic integrity?

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Why academic integrity matters

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How to act with integrity

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Misconduct and how to avoid it

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Academic Integrity at Bond ([email protected]) promotes the principles of Academic Integrity and seeks to minimise academic misconduct through education and awareness.

The team provides education, training and resources related to academic integrity, manages the compulsory Academic Integrity Module, supports faculty activities, and manages the reporting and analysis of institutional integrity data.

Contact us at [email protected]


Did you know about the support services at Bond?

The Bond Connect portal connects students to academic support, learning support systems, and diversity and wellbeing support. The Academic Skills Centre (ASC) and the Library and Faculty librarians all offer individual appointments.

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Adapted from the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI). (2014). The fundamental values of academic integrity (2nd ed.). Clemson University.