The Academic Integrity modules aim to assist UCF students in becoming familiar with the following:
How will I be notified to complete the academic integrity module?
All students required to complete the academic integrity module will be enrolled into a webcourse. Students will receive notification of the module being opened through webcourse/Knight’s email.
The academic integrity module is scheduled to open in late February of 2018.
How will I access the academic integrity module?
When prompted through notification from webcourses/Knight’s email, log onto https://webcourses.ucf.edu/ and then under classes Academic Integrity – 18Spring
What is the due date of the academic integrity module?
Friday, April 13, 2018
What if I don't complete the module by the deadline?
Students who fail to complete the module by the deadline will have a hold placed on their myUCF. This hold will prevent you from registering for the upcoming semester.
How long does it take to complete the academic integrity module?
Students report it takes an average of 1-2 hours to complete the module.
What score do I need to receive to pass the academic integrity module?
You need to score an 80% or higher to successfully pass the module.
Can I take the module again if I do not achieve a score of 80% or higher?
Yes, you have 3 attempts to earn an 80% or higher.
Does every student have to complete the academic integrity module?
Yes, every student new to UCF (FTIC, Transfer, Masters, Doctoral, Ph.D., and Medical) is required to complete the academic integrity module.
I already completed this module as an undergraduate. Do I have to complete it again now as a graduate student?
Yes, considering your status changed from undergraduate to graduate, Graduate Studies expects all new graduate students to complete the academic integrity module.
Who can I contact if I have problems accessing the academic integrity module or issues while completing the module?
For assistance with Obojobo or technical issues after log-in, contact Webcourses@UCF Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (407) 823-0407.
Who can I contact if I have any general questions regarding academic integrity?
Contact the Office of Integrity and Ethical Development at 407-823-3477.