Graduate Student Orientation
High level of academic achievement
High level of pride to be a Wildcat
Alumni and community support
You have come to K-State to continue your
educational pursuit. Take the time to understand
how to be a successful and an honorable graduate
On my honor, as a student, I have neither
given nor received unauthorized aid
on this academic work.
Thesis and Dissertation Work
Understand what each of your faculty members
expect from you and how to appropriately give
credit to anything and everything that is not your
Read and seek to understand the K-State culture of
From an international student: “Everything you say,
you have to put someone’s name and the date and the
page…. And at home, that was not the case.” (Eland,
2001, p. 85)
Eland, A. J. (2001). Intersection of Academics and Culture: The Academic Experience of
International Graduate Students. Unpublished dissertation, University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Faculty/student representation with more
Serve as case investigators
Serve as hearing panelists
10 graduate student members
Stands for Honor & Integrity Peer Educators
Serves 2 purposes:
Educate the campus community
Serve as advisors to students coming “through the
Graduate component – applications online and
at H&I booth following these presentations
Communicate first with your coordinating
Give verbal and written expectations.
Use scenarios in explaining expectations.
Report ALL violations where an academic
sanction has been given.
Use “Faculty Tips” on web site.
215 Fairchild Hall
email@example.com OR 785-532-2595