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How to Serve as an Academic Honesty Facilitator



Current full-time employees of UGA (professional staff members and faculty) who are interested in becoming an Academic Honesty Facilitator should first review UGA’s academic honesty resolution process found here

Requirements include an interest in participating in the academic honesty process at UGA, the ability to deal effectively with interpersonal conflict, strong listening skills, and time for training. Facilitators should expect a time commitment of at least five hours per semester, must attend a training session, and must observe at least 2 Facilitated Discussions and co-facilitate at least 2 Facilitated Discussions before serving.

Interested applicants should prepare a statement explaining why they wish to become an Academic Honesty Facilitator and include information about any special qualifications, certifications,or experience dealing with academic integrity and/or student conduct issues. Statements should be emailed to the Director at

Service to the University

Some UGA departments and institutes count serving as an Academic Honesty Facilitator, Academic Honesty Panelist, or Remediation Faculty Representative as service to the university which can be reported on annual evaluations and promotion applications. These departments/institutes include (but are not limited to):

  • Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
    • Department of Geography
    • Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies
    • Department of Mathematics
    • Department of Plant Biology
    • Department of Psychology
    • Department of Religion
  • Terry College of Business
    • Department of Economics (not for TT, but good for tenured)
    • Department of Management
    • Department of Management Information Systems
    • Department of Marketing
    • J.M. Tull School of Accounting
  • Mary Frances Early College of Education
    • Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education
    • Department of Counseling and Human Development Services
    • Department of Kinesiology
    • Department of Language and Literacy Education
    • Department of Mathematics, Science, & Social Studies Education
  • College of Veterinary Medicine
    • Department of Biomedical Sciences
    • Department of Large Animal Medicine
    • Department of Pathology
  • School of Computing
  • School of Public and International Affairs
    • Department of International Affairs
    • Department of Political Science

If your department/institute is not listed above, please reach out to your department head/institute director and let us know.