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Come to Committee Meetings on Sundays at 8pm!

Join in on our conversations about the present state of the Honor system and how we can improve it! Have thoughts of your own? Feel free to chime in during our community input time! Join the Zoom link here!

Honor on Systemic Racism

Honor is more than just what we do in the classroom. In response to recent events, we are making our stance clear that we encourage the Community of Trust to hold itself to a high standard this year—the standard of being actively anti-racist in all aspects of our lives as students, faculty, and administrators. View our full statement here.

The Honor Committee's COVID-19 Response

Learn more about the Honor Committee's temporary operational changes due to COVID-19.

Click here for more details.

Updated Honor Committee By-Laws Took Effect April 29, 2019

See the updated By-laws

Honor Audit Commission Releases Report

Read the full report HERE.

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Honor Representatives

Meet your 2020-21 Honor Representatives. Read more.

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The University of Virginia’s Honor Code is at once an injunction and an aspiration. The injunction is simple: students pledge never to lie, cheat, or steal, and accept that the consequence for breaking this pledge is permanent dismissal from the University. It is for its aspirational quality, however, that the Honor Code is so cherished: in leading lives of honor, students have continuously renewed that unique spirit of compassion and interconnectedness that has come to be called the Community of Trust. Get in contact with an Honor Advisor here.

"Honor calls us to be honorable to each other not merely by not committing transgressions, but also by doing reverence to the other in our midst."

-Michael Suarez, S.J., Professor of English


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  • 177 Years at UVA
  • 98 Support Officers
  • 84% of students believe Honor upholds the Community of Trust

File a Report or Retraction

As a member of the University community, if you have knowledge of a possible Honor Offense, you should contact an Honor Advisor immediately.