The Integrity Mentorship Program (IMP) pairs students with peer educators so together they can explore strategies and techniques for achieving academic success with integrity. 

 

Purpose


The purpose of the Integrity Mentorship Program (IMP) is to allow a student the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to their education, their willingness to learn and change their academic strategies for success, and their ability to positively contribute to the UCSD community.

 

Structure


The IMP occurs over a period of 10 weeks. The student (mentee) is matched with an Integrity Peer Educator (mentor). The mentor and mentee will meet 5 times (approx. every other week) according to a prescribed lesson plan. The mentee will have tasks to do in between each meeting, as well as check-in tasks during the non-meeting weeks.

 

Learning Objectives


Students will:

  • Characterize their responses to the factors that led to their violation, and their feelings throughout the process so far.
  • Recognize the broad impact of their action
  • Assess what they need in order to excel with integrity
  • Construct personalized SMART goals
  • Identify their core values
  • Assess obstacles that may inhibit their ability to follow through with their goals and enact their values
  • Locate strategies to mitigate those obstacles
  • Design strategies for keeping their actions in line with their values
  • Identify resources that will assist them in reaching their goals
  • Evaluate their work towards achieving their goal
  • Assess their experiences engaging with resources

 

To Begin Your Integrity Mentorship Program


Step 1: Complete the Universal Pre-Requistes

You must complete your prerequisites within 10 business days from the date on your sanction letter.  Since scheduling for the IMP requires pairing your with a mentor for 10 weeks of meetings, it is especially important that you complete these steps promptly.  You can find full instructions here: Academic Integrity Training

Step 2: Send A Copy of Your Schedule

for the term you will complete the IMP to aio@ucsd.edu.  Please do this as soon as possible.  If you are concerned that something in your schedule may change, please explain in your email, but do not delay.  Please be sure to include your full name and PID.

To successfully complete of the Integrity Mentorship Program, you must:


  • Show up to every meeting on time and with all required materials
    • If you must miss a meeting due to illness or emergency, you must contact the AIO as soon as possible to make arrangements to make up that meeting.
  • Complete all check-ins by assigned deadline
  • Complete and submit the reflection paper by the assigned deadline.
  • Students achievement of the learning objectives listed above will be assessed after each meeting.
  • The reflection paper is an opportunity to display their overall progress throughout the IMP.

Note: Students may be dismissed from a meeting if they have not completed their preparation (e.g. visited their resource as agreed) or if they are not on task (e.g. on their cell phones)