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Academic Integrity Education Program

This program is ONLY designed for students who have received an honor code violation

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Undergraduate Academic Integrity Education Program

The Office of Undergraduate Academic Integrity leads an Academic Integrity Education Program (AIEP) that explores the ethical implications of the academic enterprise, including the creation and communication of new knowledge. The program is designed to further enhance the VT-Shaped learning experience by using academic misconduct violations as teachable moments for students. The AIEP is a two-part program designed to educate students about academic integrity and ethics. The first part of the program focuses on the Virginia Tech Honor Code. The second part is an online ethics module.

Completion Information

This program is required for students who are assigned the Academic Integrity Education Program as a sanction or who wish to petition the Honor System to remove the “*” from the F* sanction on their academic transcript.

If a completion date is specified in a student’s sanction letter, it is the student’s responsibility to complete all parts of the AIEP before the time specified in their letter. Students should keep in mind that their assignments will need to be graded. Students should not wait until the date that their sanction completion is due to submit their assignments.

If a student does not have a due date in their sanction letter and they wish to have the “*” removed from their transcript, they are able to complete the program on their own time as there is no due date requiring completion.

The program should be completed in the following order:

Part 1: Virginia Tech Seminar
To complete Part 1 of the program, please enroll:

This module is completed through QuestionPro and can be completed at your own pace. You are able to save your work and come back to the module at any time.

In order to successfully complete Part 1, you must submit the QuestionPro form. The Office of Undergraduate Academic Integrity will be reviewing all responses. You will receive an email within 5-7 business days letting you know of your completion. Please keep that email for your records.

Once you have submitted your responses for Part 1, you may move on to Part 2 of the module. If you do not successfully complete Part 1, you will be required to talk with a staff member from the Office of Undergraduate Academic Integrity.

Part 2: Online Ethics Seminar
To complete Part 2 of the program, please create a profile:

Please make sure you register with your legal/given name and Virginia Tech email address.

This module is completed through a program called Integrity Seminars and can be completed at your own pace. Please be advised that the cost of the program is now $105. 

You only need to complete Integrity Seminar 202.

You will receive an email from the IS Tutors within 3-5 business days with a Certificate of Successful Completion.

Please note that it is your responsibility to account for the time it takes to grade your submission. Plan accordingly when working on the module as it relates to the due date in your outcome letter.

After Completion of Part 1 and Part 2
In one email, please send both of your certificates of completion for Part 1 and Part 2 to to let us know that you have completed the modules.

Both certificates are due to us, via email, by the end of the day of your due date listed in your outcome letter

Please Note: The F* will stay on your transcript for 3 months before being removed. It is your responsibility to reach out to the office after 3 months to have your “*” removed. You can request removal of the "*" by emailing

The F* will also remain on your transcript if you have not completed your sanction(s) and paid the associated fee for the education program.

For any questions pertaining to the Academic Integrity Education Program, please do not hesitate to reach out to the office at 540-231-9876 or