How Does The Remediation Course Work?
The Academic Integrity Development Program (also referred to as the Remediation Course) is a three session, month-long course that strives to provide students with education and resources for integrity, ethics, writing, research, and real world implications of ethical misconduct. Completion of the course is a requirement to be removed from Honor Violation Probation.
Students who are assigned this sanction will be notified by an AHSO Case Manager about availability and scheduling for the course. There is not a fee or charge for the course but space is limited, so it is important to sign up early.
In addition to the three sessions, students must complete writing assignments that ask them to reflect on how their being sanctioned affects them personally, Texas A&M University, and their future profession. The papers are due at the end of the month in which the course is being taken.
The Remediation Course is offered three times each semester and once in the summer. Students who miss one of the sessions or do not complete the assigned papers will be required to repeat the entire course again. Extenuating circumstances, such as a documented illness or other university excused absence, should be communicated to the Director to determine if a make-up option without having to repeat the entire course is appropriate.