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1 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Honor 3-4 Refresher Training As of 16 April 2005 “A Cadet does not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do.”

2 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Learning Objectives Review common Cadet forms and documents that pertain to Honor at the CitadelReview common Cadet forms and documents that pertain to Honor at the Citadel Be able to recognize how the Honor Court determines LeniencyBe able to recognize how the Honor Court determines Leniency Understand the Leniency ProgramUnderstand the Leniency Program Be able to explain what happens to Cadets granted LeniencyBe able to explain what happens to Cadets granted Leniency Know how to select your Company’s Honor RepresentativesKnow how to select your Company’s Honor Representatives

3 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Review Can Cadets who are not discipline proficient take a CP? No, because Cadets must be discipline proficient to take general leave How can weekend duty Sophomores/Armorers properly conduct Rifle Counts Insure that a true physical inventory is conducted of the Rifles being counted When on Special Orders Cadets that are not proficient should do what after the event is over? Return to campus to meet his/her prior obligations When signing Confinements/Restrictions What should Cadets do if they missed the 10 minute window? Write the reason in EC column and sign to the right of that statement As of 31 October 2005

4 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005Review Who does a Company Honor Rep forward an accusation to? The Battalion Honor Rep What kind of vote is needed for a cadet to be found guilty of an Honor Violation? All 10 members of the Honor Court most vote Guilty Who may represent an accused cadet as defense at an Honor Trial? Any Cadet What are three options given to a cadet found guilty of an Honor Violation? Accept the Findings and Expulsion, Appeal, & Resign As of 31 October 2005

5 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October st Semester Trends: by Violation NOTE: These trends represent the total number of Cadets that were accused and later found Guilty of an Honor Violation by the Honor Court as the result of their Honor Trial in the Fall Semester

6 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October st Semester Trends: By Class NOTE: These trends represent the number of Cadets in each class that were found Guilty of committing an Honor Violation by the Honor Court in the Fall Semester

7 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Citadel Honor Statistics (March ’04- Present) Charges # Accused Found Guilty Not Guilty Leniency Lying Cheating12600 Stealing4200 Toleration2000 Total NOTE: The difference between the number of Cadets Accused of an Honor Violation and the Number of Cadets found Guilty/Not Guilty is due to cases being dropped during the investigation

8 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Citadel Honor Statistics (March ’04- Present) Charges # Accused Found Guilty Not Guilty Leniency Lying Cheating12600 Stealing4200 Toleration2000 Total NOTE: The difference between the number of Cadets Accused of an Honor Violation and the Number of Cadets found Guilty/Not Guilty is due to cases being dropped during the investigation

9 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 The Honor Education Program The Honor Education Program Why did you have all these Honor Classes this year?Why did you have all these Honor Classes this year? 06 Honor Committee believes your education is paramount06 Honor Committee believes your education is paramount 1 st year of the Honor Education Program1 st year of the Honor Education Program The Class of 2009 has had the most Honor Education of any Class that has been at the CitadelThe Class of 2009 has had the most Honor Education of any Class that has been at the Citadel

10 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Program Design Based on Character Development Model Conceptual model establishes basis for goals and objectives Corresponds to Institutional values & mission Corresponds to Institutional values & mission Supports assessment efforts to determine effectiveness of instruction Supports assessment efforts to determine effectiveness of instruction Promotes Ethical Growth Through the Citadel Experience Time Know Adhere Believe Lead Draft Thematic Content of Instruction Citadel Rules & Policies (Honor Code (Honor Code ) Institutional Values & Moral Issues Practicing Ethical Leadership Practical Application within Career field

11 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Draft Sequence of Instruction Cadre Training First Term Second Term Honor 4-1 – Presidents Talk Honor Entrance Survey Honor 4-2- Honor Chair Brief Following Brief break out to 4-3 w/ CadreFollowing Brief break out to 4-3 w/ Cadre Honor Honor Class Cadre Conducted – 2 Part Class, 4 Violations, Improper Questions, Honor Committee Duties Cadre Conducted – 2 Part Class, 4 Violations, Improper Questions, Honor Committee Duties Honor Review Class Review conducted by Company Honor Reps after Beach PartyReview conducted by Company Honor Reps after Beach Party Web CT quiz following class Honor 4-4 Honor in the Classroom Part of Cit 101, Honor in AcademiaPart of Cit 101, Honor in Academia Honor 4-5 Honor in Everyday life Punishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, AppealsPunishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, Appeals Web CT quiz following class Honor 4-6 Spirit of the Code - Fosters adherence and belief in the Honor System Web CT Refresher Quiz Honor 4-7 Refresher Training Restrictions, CPs, Overnights, Weekends, Honor Rep elections, LeniencyRestrictions, CPs, Overnights, Weekends, Honor Rep elections, Leniency Honor 4-8 Honor After Recognition Day 1 st Term trends, Honor as 3 rd Class Cadet, Honor Over Summer Furlough, Reflection1 st Term trends, Honor as 3 rd Class Cadet, Honor Over Summer Furlough, Reflection 4 th Class Exit Honor survey 4 th Class Honor Education

12 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Draft Sequence of Instruction Prior to Start of Classes First Term Second Term Honor 3-1 President’s Talk Honor 3-2 Refresher Present issues, New Honor Committee, What your signature means, Spirit of the Code, Reflection, By Battalion Honor 3-3 Honor in Everyday Life Punishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, AppealsPunishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, Appeals Web CT quiz following class Honor 3-4 Non- Toleration Non-toleration of dishonorable acts, Case StudiesNon-toleration of dishonorable acts, Case Studies Web CT Refresher Quiz Honor 3-5 Transition to Leadership New Restrictions, Leniency, Case Studies, Principled Leadership New Restrictions, Leniency, Case Studies, Principled Leadership Honor 3-6 Principled Leadership 1 st Term trends, Honor in Leadership, Honor 4-8 Reflection Activity1 st Term trends, Honor in Leadership, Honor 4-8 Reflection Activity 3 rd Class Exit Honor survey 3 rd Class Honor Education

13 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Draft Sequence of Instruction Prior to Start of Classes First Term Second Term Honor 2-1 President’s Talk Honor 2-2 Refresher Present issues, New Honor Committee, What your signature means, Spirit of the Code, Reflection, By Battalion Honor 2-3 Honor in Everyday Life Honor 2-3 Honor in Everyday Life Punishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, AppealsPunishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, Appeals Web CT quiz following class Honor 2-3 Honor as an Upperclassmen Role of Honor in Guard Duty, Weekend duty, Leadership Web CT Refresher Quiz Honor 2-4 Continuing the Momentum New Restrictions, Leniency, Case Studies, Continuing the momentum as a principled leaderNew Restrictions, Leniency, Case Studies, Continuing the momentum as a principled leader Honor 2-5 Citadel Leaders Seminar Small group seminar experience, Facilitated by Faculty member, By Company Small group seminar experience, Facilitated by Faculty member, By Company 2 nd Class Exit Honor survey 2 nd Class Honor Education

14 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Draft Sequence of Instruction Prior to Start of Classes First Term Second Term Honor 1-1 President’s Talk Honor 1-2 Refresher Present issues, New Honor Committee, What your signature means, Spirit of the Code, Reflection, By Battalion Honor 1-3 Honor in Everyday Life Punishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, AppealsPunishments, FERPA, Accusation & Honor Court Procedure, Appeals Web CT quiz following class Honor 1-4 Honor after The Citadel Case study approach facilitated by Alumni, By BattalionCase study approach facilitated by Alumni, By Battalion Web CT Refresher Quiz Honor 1-5 Refresher New Restrictions, Leniency, By BattalionNew Restrictions, Leniency, By Battalion Honor 1-6 Alumni Seminar Luncheon with Alumni, By BattalionLuncheon with Alumni, By Battalion 1 st Class Exit Honor survey 1 st Class Honor Education

15 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 New Restrictions As of 31 October 2005 The parameters for adhering to this Restriction Sheet are the same as the previous Restriction sheets

16 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 New Restrictions This statement is located on the bottom of the Restriction sheet and provides clarification for what you are signing: “Henceforth, All members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets will adhere to the following: By signing this form, I sate that I am present at the designated location at the time of that duty. Cadets must adhere to the parameters of the Special Leave and Special Orders that have been approved as their specific duty. Confinements, Tours, and Restrictions will be signed at the designated times (i.e. first, at the beginning of each confinement period, and then at the beginning of each subsequent hour and at the end of the last hour. Cadets are reminded that signing your name to any form which may be used as an official report will be considered and treated as an official statement, and you have in fact certified that the information that document is, to the best of your knowledge, true and fully understood.”

17 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Leniency How does a Cadet receive Leniency? After a cadet is found guilty of an Honor Violation during an Honor Court’s deliberationAfter a cadet is found guilty of an Honor Violation during an Honor Court’s deliberation A vote for Leniency is takenA vote for Leniency is taken Chairman abstains from voteChairman abstains from vote 2/3 majority vote wins (5 out of 9)2/3 majority vote wins (5 out of 9) As of 31 October 2005

18 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005Leniency Why would a Cadet receive Leniency? In cases where the circumstances (surrounding the act of the Honor Violation) are considered sufficiently extenuating [Page 14 paragraph 32, D of the Honor Manual]In cases where the circumstances (surrounding the act of the Honor Violation) are considered sufficiently extenuating [Page 14 paragraph 32, D of the Honor Manual] Cases in the past have been Self- admission, Acts for the Greater Good, etcCases in the past have been Self- admission, Acts for the Greater Good, etc As of 31 October 2005

19 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Brief History Brief History Has been in the Honor Manual since the Honor Code was re-established in the 1955Has been in the Honor Manual since the Honor Code was re-established in the 1955 Cadets granted Leniency would be suspended from the Citadel for current semester and 1 following semesterCadets granted Leniency would be suspended from the Citadel for current semester and 1 following semester

20 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Leniency Program The 2004 Honor Committee created the current Leniency ProgramThe 2004 Honor Committee created the current Leniency Program Felt that Cadets should be rehabilitated and re- educated as opposed to taking two semesters offFelt that Cadets should be rehabilitated and re- educated as opposed to taking two semesters off Created the option to allow Cadets who are granted Leniency either the option to take two semesters off (as was done in the past) or become a member of Leniency ProgramCreated the option to allow Cadets who are granted Leniency either the option to take two semesters off (as was done in the past) or become a member of Leniency Program Once in the Leniency Program a Cadet must meet certain requirementsOnce in the Leniency Program a Cadet must meet certain requirements As of 31 October 2005

21 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Leniency Program: Terms and Conditions Admission of Guilt to Corps of Cadets in Mess HallAdmission of Guilt to Corps of Cadets in Mess Hall Publication of a similar statement in the BrigadierPublication of a similar statement in the Brigadier A Public Service Project of 30 Hours (SY 06)A Public Service Project of 30 Hours (SY 06) Weekly meetings with Cadet Leniency CounselorWeekly meetings with Cadet Leniency Counselor Meetings with Faculty MentorMeetings with Faculty Mentor Reduced to Cadet PrivateReduced to Cadet Private Restricted to Campus for 120 days (includes Parents weekend, Homecoming, Corps Day, etc but not including Furlough )Restricted to Campus for 120 days (includes Parents weekend, Homecoming, Corps Day, etc but not including Furlough ) 1 st Class cadets enrolled in program cannot receive Rings1 st Class cadets enrolled in program cannot receive Rings As of 31 October 2005

22 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Leniency Program: Terms and Conditions Prohibited from participating in extra-curricular activities that would have them leave campus or would otherwise represent the Citadel in any fashionProhibited from participating in extra-curricular activities that would have them leave campus or would otherwise represent the Citadel in any fashion Corps Squad Cadets can still practice with their team but can not competeCorps Squad Cadets can still practice with their team but can not compete Must remain Physically, Academically, and Conduct ProficientMust remain Physically, Academically, and Conduct Proficient Appearance before Exit Board at end of program (Determines whether or not the Cadet has met the terms and conditions)Appearance before Exit Board at end of program (Determines whether or not the Cadet has met the terms and conditions) Failure to meet any of the above Conditions results expulsion (SY 06)Failure to meet any of the above Conditions results expulsion (SY 06) Withdrawing, Resigning, or failing to return to the Citadel while in the Program results in expulsionWithdrawing, Resigning, or failing to return to the Citadel while in the Program results in expulsion As of 31 October 2005

23 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Remember The Honor System at the Citadel is intended to promote cadets to live above the common moral levelThe Honor System at the Citadel is intended to promote cadets to live above the common moral level Adhere to the Spirit of the CodeAdhere to the Spirit of the Code

24 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Case Study 1 Cadet A lived in the Trailers during the overflow period. Around 2430 during general leave Cadet A received a phone call from her boyfriend. He said that he needed to speak with her right away in private and that he was outside the Barracks. Cadet A decided to bring him into her room. As they were talking Cadet A learned that her boyfriends’ parents had just died a few hours ago. Cadet A began consoling him as someone knocked on the door and said “All Clear”. Cadet A hurried to the door and met the cadet, who was the division inspector, doing All-ins. The Division Inspector asked the cadet if there was anyone else in the room, because he had heard two voices. Cadet A responded that She was the only one in the room and shut the door. Cadet A then continued to console her boyfriend and then let him head home when she thought he was capable. Cadet A then went to confront the division inspector, told him what happened and that she didn’t want to tell him someone was in the room because of her boyfriends situation. Did Cadet A commit an Honor Violation? As of 31 October 2005

25 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Case Study 1 Review Did Cadet A commit an Honor Violation? Yes, Cadet A lied to the Division Inspector doing All- ins when she was asked if there was someone else in the room and she responded that there was not. Did Cadet A have other options besides lying? Yes, Cadet A was in a difficult situation but there were a lot of choices Cadet A could’ve made besides sacrificing her honor. What would you have done? As of 31 October 2005

26 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Case Study 2 Cadet D was a sophomore on Spring Furlough. He visited a Bar with a couple of friends who were all over the age of 21 years of age. Not wanting to feel left out, Cadet D used the Fake ID he had to get into the bar. Cadet D figured that because he was on Furlough the Honor Code did not apply to his actions. Did Cadet D commit an Honor Violation? As of 31 October 2005

27 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005 Case Study Review Yes, Cadet D committed the Honor Violation of Lying. Using a Fake ID is an Honor Violation because its use obtains the user benefits that would not be ordinarily obtained without the use of the ID. Cadet D’s assumption that it would not be an Honor Violation because he was on Spring Furlough was incorrect. All cadets are subject to the Honor Code at all periods during the school year. As of 31 October 2005

28 Achieving Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders Prepared by the 2006 Honor CommitteeAs of 31 October 2005SummaryReview: Charleston Passes Overnight/Weekend Signup ConfinementsRestrictionsElectionsLeniency Case Studies As of 31 October 2005 Questions? Review this presentation at the Honor Committee Webpage Review this presentation at the Honor Committee Webpage


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