Programs & Services
Mediation is an informal but structured process where individuals involved in a dispute come together to resolve a misunderstanding or conflict.
One hour coaching sessions to assist students with navigating the complex college world of college life (communicating with faculty, developing positive relationships, processing circumstances which conflict with one’s ethics, handling a confrontational situation with other students, etc.). Sessions designed to assist UCF Knights with problem-solving, ethical decision-making, conflict resolution
Available to present to UCF classes, student organizations, and Fraternities & Sororities. Can customize a workshop on topics related to integrity, ethics, professionalism, or conflict resolution.
Faculty Only! Please contact Jennifer Wright, Director, at Jennifer.Wright@ucf.edu to schedule an hour training session in order to receive a Turnitin.com account.
Spring, Summer, and Fall series specializing in academic integrity, ethics, conflict resolution, and professionalism. Open to all UCF students (undergraduate and graduate).
Spring, Summer, Fall series for training faculty on everything from setting standards for academic integrity in the classroom, to effectively using Turninit.com, how to report academic misconduct, to student perceptions about and myths surrounding academic misconduct. Individual appointments or trainings for departments available upon request.
Facilitate educational sanctions for students found in-violation of the UCF Golden Rule.
Responsible for the administration of the academic integrity module required of all incoming UCF students. This module is in association with the Honor Your Knighthood Module Series.