The Honor Code is hiring!

Our current Director of Investigations will be graduating in December, so we're looking to hire someone well in advance so that such a person may be trained.

Job Description: well-organized, and able to think critically about Honor Code accusations. Responsible for gathering information from students and faculty regarding alleged violations of the Honor Code. Must be able to adhere to preset timelines for processing cases. Must be an effective communicator and respond to emails in a timely manner. Attends monthly Campus Ethics Committee meetings as well as holding regular office hours. Expected work time: 6-10 hours per week depending on work load. Pay is highly competitive and exceeds many other campus jobs.

If interested, please send a letter of intent and a full resume with two references to At least one of the references should be professional or academic. 


As citizens of an academic community of trust, CU-Boulder students do not lie or cheat whether they are on campus or acting as representatives of the university in surrounding communities. Neither should they suffer by the dishonest acts of others.

Honor is about academic integrity, moral and ethical conduct, and pride of membership in a community that values academic achievement and individual responsibility. Cultivating honor lays in the foundation for lifelong integrity, developing in each of us the courage and insight to make difficult choices and accept responsibility for actions and their consequences, even at personal cost.



An honor code establishes a fundamental social contract within which the university community agrees to live. This contract relies on the conviction that the personal and academic integrity of each individual member strengthens and improves the quality of life for the entire community. The presence of an honor code is vital to protecting the value of our academic accomplishments at the university. Through mutual trust we may create an environment in which our work is honest and respectable.

The honor code works by receiving the support and participation of all members in the university community. Each member of the university community pledges to personally uphold the values of the honor code. As citizens of an academic community of trust, respect, and honor, University of Colorado Boulder students do not act dishonestly while on campus or while representing the university in surrounding communities. Nor should students suffer from the dishonest acts of others. Together we may create a community in which we take pride in our honest work and can trust each other to act honestly at all times.


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