Submit an Academic Integrity Violation Report
Course instructors can now submit academic integrity violation reports online.
Academic Integrity Reporting Form
Request a Program
OCSI staff are available to provide educational programs focused on student conduct and academic integrity.
Contact OCSI to request a program
Due to COVID-19, the Office of Community Standards and Integrity (OCSI) will operate remotely until further notice. OCSI staff will be available to serve your needs and assist you via phone, email or video/audio conferencing platforms. The remote office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Contact the Office of Community Standards and Integrity via email or 412-268-2140.
The Office of Community Standards & Integrity
The Office of Community Standards & Integrity (OCSI) is staffed by an experienced team of professionals dedicated to the growth and development of students both in and outside of the classroom. When faced with a challenging or complicated situation, the OCSI can serve as a resource for students, staff, faculty, and family members looking for guidance. Our staff strives to be approachable, knowledgeable, and current with best practices in the field of student conduct and academic integrity. The heart of our work is rooted in the value and support of our campus community members. We welcome inquiries regarding educational programming, student support, and guidance with the University's student conduct and academic integrity processes.
A Tartan's Responsibility
All community members have an obligation to remind others of the requirements outlined in A Tartan’s Responsibility (ATR) in order to keep themselves and the greater community safe. When inappropriate student behavior is addressed and corrected, additional action or reporting of the situation is not necessary.
Serious or repeat violations of A Tartan’s Responsibility by students may be reported to the Office of Community Standards and Integrity (OCSI) through the forms linked below. OCSI will facilitate follow-up with student(s) once reported, however, reporting to OCSI does not absolve your obligation to address the situation in the moment.