The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation has historically resolved that maintaining academic integrity is the preserve of all members of our intellectual community—including students, faculty and staff. As a consequence, all GSAPP community members must abide by the principles of academic honesty. In this way, we seek to build an academic community governed by our collective efforts, diligence, and Code of Honor. These principles are the cornerstone of educational integrity at Columbia. They also reflect GSAPP’s professional obligations of self-regulation. As such each member of this community is expected to uphold such standards and abide by all policies set forth (e.g. plagiarism and appropriate acknowledgment of sources, prerequisites, mandatory workshops, etc.). Academic dishonesty—attempted or actual—will not be tolerated.