Academic Integrity

Academic integrity underpins all aspects of the academic enterprise, including teaching, learning and scholarship.

At UniSA, Academic integrity is a commitment to act with honesty, trustworthiness, fairness, respect, and responsibility in all academic work. Academic integrity is the foundation of university life and is fundamental to the reputation of the University and its staff and students.

UniSA is committed to fostering and preserving a culture of academic integrity in its teaching and scholarship and through developing academic integrity as part of students' learning.

At UniSA, our approach to academic integrity is governed by our Academic Integrity Policy and associated Academic Integrity Procedure. The policy contains the principles underpinning academic integrity at UniSA and the associated procedure outlines staff and student responsibilities and the procedures to be followed in cases of suspected or determined academic misconduct.




Academic Integrity Officers

Each UniSA unit has at least one Academic Integrity Officer (AIO) that oversees each case of suspected academic misconduct.

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Learning modules for Academic Integrity

Staff and students at UniSA have access to a variety of academic integrity learning resources, including the Academic Integrity Modules developed by SEU.


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