Reform of the University’s honor system is still in its early stages, but administrators and student leaders say the scope of the changes will be broad.
The honor system task force, which was created in the fall to reform the system, will divide discussion into three categories: the system’s history, attitudes about it and peer systems.
At Monday’s meeting of the task force, members said many aspects of the system are on the table for change, with an emphasis on simplification.
Katie Turner, administrative assistant in the Office of Faculty Governance, said the system needs to enhance transparency.
“What we’re talking about is academic integrity, getting people to buy into the system,” Turner said.