Academic Code of Conduct

All students entering Boston University School of Theology are expected to maintain high standards of academic honesty and integrity. It is the responsibility of every student to be aware of the contents of the University Academic Code of Conduct and to abide by its provisions.

That Code of Conduct can be found here: https://www.bu.edu/academics/policies/academic-conduct-code/

  • The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (Bryan Stone), has responsibility for administering the procedures set forth in this Code.
  • The Academic Policies, Programs, and Fellowships (APPF) Committee of the School of Theology serves as the STH Academic Conduct Committee.
  • Ms. Emily Arnone (earnone@bu.edu) serves as the Designated Academic Integrity Representative (DAIR) for the School of Theology. Students and faculty will likely want to be in contact with Dean Stone first if they have questions about the Code of Conduct, but Ms. Arnone is also available to answer procedural questions.

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