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Trivia Tuesday: Tuck’s Honor Code

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Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College to share an excerpt about the MBA program’s culture of trust and integrity.

“All Tuck students agree to abide by an Academic Honor Principle that emphasizes honesty and integrity both inside and outside the classroom. The honor principle is governed by a student judicial board; faculty and administrators intervene only when students are unable to resolve a matter of academic integrity. The centrality of the honor principle to academic life often results in a great deal of trust being placed in Tuck students in terms of unproctored closed-book mid-term and final exams.”

To read more about opportunities available at Tuck, as well as to obtain in-depth program and curriculum information, be sure to check out the Clear Admit School Guide to Tuck! All Clear Admit School Guides are available for immediate purchase and download on the Clear Admit shop.

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