A mandatory orientation will take place at 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on December 5 or 6, 2022 for 60-90 minutes. It is not required to attend both evenings, but committee members must attend one of these sessions.
The Academic Policy and Integrity Student Advisory Council of Walden University has two separate but important duties. First: to meet quarterly with the Associate President/Provost and Vice Provosts to provide feedback on current and proposed university services and initiatives. Second, members of the council will also serve on an academic integrity hearing panel to review academic integrity dismissal appeals with faculty and academic leadership.
To participate in the Academic Policy and Integrity Student Advisory Council, students and alumni must meet the following qualifications:
- Undergraduate: at least 20 credits completed and have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or higher at the time of application.
- Graduate: at least 9 credits completed and have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher at the time of application.
- No prior professional conduct violations; prior academic integrity violations are permitted.
Are you interested in submitting an application? Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Applications are submitted online and are due by 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time on September 30, 2022.
- A Letter of Recommendation will be required to submit an application.
- Interviews will be scheduled October 1, 2022 – November 11, 2022.
- Selected candidates will be notified by November 18, 2022.
Expectations & Responsibilities
In order to participate in the Academic Policy & Integrity Student Advisory Council, all members must adhere to the following expectations:
- Demonstrate a commitment to confidentiality and ethical decision making
- Attend quarterly meetings and commit to 3-6 hours per quarter for council work
- Attend the Academic Policy & Integrity Student Advisory Orientation at 7:00pm Eastern Standard Time on December 5 or December 6, 2022
- Provide constructive and respectful feedback to the Associate President/Provost and other academic leaders
- Attend and fully participate in assigned academic integrity appeals hearings
- Speak authentically about the Walden experience
- Strong time-management and organizational skills
- Excellent communication skills, including strong listening skills
- Be able to use a variety of mediums and digital applications (ex. Email, SharePoint, Zoom, Teams, Facebook, etc.)
All appointments are voluntary. There is no monetary compensation for participation.
Learn about the importance of academic integrity and about Walden’s Code of Conduct.