Academic Honesty


We agree to be completely honest in all our dealings, including class assignments and tests. This means we don't plagiarize material, fabricate or falsify information, or cheat.


Being truthful with ourselves and others is a principle of the gospel of Jesus Christ and a central feature of the CES Honor Code. When we are honest in all things, we promise to obey all of these principles fully without compromises. Besides being dishonest, cheating on your schoolwork hurts others, reduces the confidence in receiving a fair education and greatly reduces personal growth and abilities.

BYU-Idaho standards Related to Academic Honesty

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President Gordon B. Hinckley

President Gordon B. Hinckley

"Those who are living the principle of honesty know that the Lord does bless them. Theirs is the precious right to hold their heads in the sunlight of truth, unashamed before any man."

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