The Honor Council is charged with assisting the Valparaiso University community with maintaining the integrity of the Valparaiso University transcript. Each student and faculty member is responsible for taking up the torch and assisting to keep any and all academia free of dishonesty.
Should at any point you have a question or concern regarding the Honor System at Valparaiso University you may contact the Honor Council at email@example.com and your message will be delegated to the relevant Honor Council member(s).
A brief description of duties will be displayed below, but for a full explanation of the duties of the Executive Board it is recommended to see Addendum I: Honor Council Leadership Position Descriptions in the current Constitution of the Valparaiso University Honor System.
Note on Communication with the Executive Chair: The Executive Chair prioritizes communications and requests for information as follows; 1) On-Going Investigations, 2) Questions Concerning Appeals Processing, 3) Questions on Policy Clarification, 4) Faculty Authorized/Unauthorized Aid Policy Statement and Development Questions, 5) Requests for Orientation Speeches, 6) Special Requests.
Processing time depends on the amount of cases currently being investigated. Questions pertaining current investigations, two to three academic days. Submissions for information from the Executive Chair should on general information will typically be processed within five to seven academic days. Other special requests, seven to ten academic days.
In general questions pertaining to investigations immediate actions are best directed to the assigned student investigator. Questions pertaining to officer's responsibilities are best handled by the respective officer. To contact a specific officer, send your e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be forwarded to that officer. For e-mails directed to the Appeals Chair, you may e-mail email@example.com.
2012-2013 Executive Board of the Honor Council