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A fundamental element of Olin's culture is trust. As such, our Honor Code requires all members of the Olin community to conduct themselves with honor and integrity. Our code, drawn from a few core values, consists of a small set of intentionally broad standards by which every action must be measured. While a small number of policies illuminate Olin's principles, students live by the core values embedded in the code.
The Olin Honor Code:
I will represent myself accurately and completely in my work, my words, and my actions in academic and in non-academic affairs.
Respect for Others
I will be patient with and understanding of fellow community members, and considerate of their inherent dignity and personal property. I will care for community resources and facilities so others may effectively use them.
Passion for the Welfare of the College
I will be a steward for the welfare of Olin College through a spirit of cooperation, concern for others, and responsibility for the reputation of Olin College.
Openness to Change
I will be receptive to change, supportive of innovation, and willing to take risks for the benefit of the community.
I will strive to better myself and my community and take responsibility for my own behavior. When I become aware of a violation of the Honor Code or an issue within the community, I will take action towards resolution of the situation. I expect others to do the same.