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Ethical Actions Worksheet

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions:

· Was there anything in either the University of Phoenix Student Code of Conduct or the Student Code of Academic Integrity that surprised you? If so, what was it? Why were you surprised? If not, why not?
In the University of Phoenix Student Code of Conduct and Code of Academic Integrity I found nothing that really surprised me. When you take the personal resposibilty to attend a prestiges university it is not surprising that a lot is expected of you. If you are a personal responsble person and have core values, morals, honesty and Integrity then there is nothing that will surpise you in the Student Codes of Conduct and Academic Integrity. I am some one of high charcter and Integrity that is why nothing really surprised me in the code of conduct or academic integrity. In running my business a lot of those same things are a must to be employed or a volunteer of Central Florida Hoops or Hoops of America. That is why I take great pride in making sure that they are followed by not only myself but by others,





· What did you learn about the behaviors considered important for an ethical learner or student in the University of Phoenix learning community?

I learned that The University of Phoenix takes the behaviors for an ethical learner in the University of phoenix community real serious. The University of phoenix will not tolerate any unethical student behavior. It is important to be an ethical student here at the University of phoenix because anything less will result in possibly expoltion from school and imidiant withdrawl from the university of phoenix. You must at all times be ethical in all your doings at the university of phoenix wheather it be making sure you do your own work and not use others or making sure you…...

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