The Honor Code

The purpose of the Centenary College Honor Court is to maintain and uphold the Honor Code, investigate suspicious activity, hear cases, and decide on appropriate punishments. Students at Centenary operate on trust in the classroom. We believe that honor is cultivated, not forced, and must be cultivated only through the willing and earnest efforts of both faculty and students.

The Honor Code is signed by students on all independent work, marking each and every student's and faculty member's pledge. All students at Centenary are bound by the Honor Code.

If you suspect that someone has broken the Honor Code, email Honor Court at Please include a brief description of the alleged violation, the course involved, and the names of witnesses (if any). Your name will be kept confidential.

If you cannot find the information you need below, please contact us.



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