St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine is an institution of veterinary medical education dedicated to a high standard of ethics and academic achievement. It is the duty of the University community to nurture safe and competent veterinarians who exhibit professional maturity and sound moral character. To this end, the University has instituted an Honor Code to which all students must adhere upon matriculation at the School.

As a member of the student body of St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine, I agree:

  1. To adhere to the University’s policy of maintaining a high standard of honor and academic integrity.
  2. To refrain from violations of these ideals, for example, by cheating, plagiarizing, lying, or stealing.
  3. To accept the responsibility of reporting such wrongdoing upon witness. It is understood that any breach of this Honor Code necessitates disciplinary action, subject to the discretion of University officials, the procedures for which are outlined in the SGU Student Manual.

Once signed, adherence to this code is required and expected for the duration of students’ matriculation at the University.