Investigating and Adjudicating Body of the Honor & Integrity System
54 Members--Faculty and Students
The Honor Council is a vital component of the Honor & Integrity System. Honor Council members receive professional development in serving as case investigators and hearing panelists. Honor Council members are also tasked with educating the campus community about the K-State Honor & Integrity System, its policies and procedures. Honor Council members also adhere to the student development perspective of the Honor & Integrity System, as well as to the demands of strict confidentiality.
Current Honor Council members and their terms and designations.
Information for new Honor Council members.
Openings for Honor Council members and information on how to participate.
Form for becoming a member of the Honor Council.
Listing of expectations of Honor Council members.On-Line Professional Development Modules
Introductions for professional development modules.
Example CI Report (PDF)
An example of a case investigation report written by two Honor Council Case Investigators.
CI Report Form (Word)
A template form to use when writing up a case investigation report.
An example of a Hearing Panel script the Chair reads.
Ethical standards have been established to protect the privacy of the student(s) involved in a hearing and to maintain the standards of the Honor & Integrity System.