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Integrity Peer Educators

Academic Integrity Team group photoIntegrity Peer Educators promote integrity and educate students on ethics. Interested in becoming a peer educator, too? How can you know if this job would be a good fit? Try answering the following questions, and if you answer yes to more than one of the questions below, then think about applying the next time we have openings!

  • Do you want to get involved on campus?
  • Are you looking to gain leadership experience?
  • Do you enjoy working with other students and helping others?
  • Do you care about maintaining integrity on the UC San Diego campus?
  • Do you want to learn more about the academic integrity policy and procedures?
  • Do you want to do all of the above plus more while having fun and making great new friends?

Our Integrity Peer Educators help advise students, receive awesome leadership experience, gain a supportive community, and feel the satisfaction of making a difference and helping their peers.

Role of Peers

Integrity Peer Educators serve as the key staff to assist students through the Academic Integrity Office educational programming. Integrity Peer Educators help students who have violated academic integrity standards to move through the education process that takes place after their resolution phase. They may also occasionally advise students who have questions about the Academic Integrity Policy and/or participate in educational programming to the general student population. Students who have been through the academic misconduct resolution process and/or completed Academic Integrity Training are especially encouraged to apply. 


  • Be responsible, honest, fair, trustworthy and respectful 
  • Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Command authority while maintaining professionalism and respect 
  • Maintain integrity under stressful conditions and in environments with the potential of conflicts of interest 
  • Have the ability to work independently 
  • Familiarity with campus resources and policies is a bonus 
  • Pay UC San Diego student services fees each quarter working 


Integrity Peer Educators develop: 

  • Their capacity for leadership by stimulating integrity dialogues and challenging unethical conduct 
  • Communication skills by presenting to diverse audiences, small and large 
  • Ethical decision-making strategies 
  • A sense of personal, professional, and institutional ethics and their complicated intersection 
  • Program development skills 
  • Awesome resumes and experiences to relay in graduate/ professional school and employment interviews! 

Interested in Applying?

Please email if you are interested in learning more and applying!