March 21, 2022
As a follow up to the December 20 update, we would like to remind learners why academic integrity matters. As a Humber Real Estate Salesperson learner, it is your responsibility to understand and apply academic honesty and integrity principles in the educational environment. Humber, as a postsecondary institution as well as the real estate profession, rests on setting a high standard of ethics and business practices. Furthermore, learners are expected to act ethically, honestly and with integrity in all learning and professional matters and are responsible for familiarizing themselves with and abiding by the policy on learner integrity. The program seeks to uphold these values and allow learners to develop the skills and knowledge to enter the industry. We want to encourage all learners to reach out for support to ensure we are learning with integrity and to use the available academic resources.
Learner misconduct behaviours and actions found outside the formal examination or assignment process must rest with the Real Estate Education Program Office. Examples of such offences include, but are not limited to, sharing exam questions, sharing notes for exams, and obstructing or interfering with the academic activities of others. Where learner misconduct is suspected but unclear whether it is directly related to a specific program component, those with knowledge of an offence in the Humber Real Estate Salesperson community should contact the Real Estate Education Program Office. Learners should not promote, encourage or facilitate academic dishonesty.
The Real Estate Salesperson Program is committed to educating and nurturing future professionals who demonstrate trust, respect, responsibility and accountability in their behaviours and practices. Let us achieve this together by committing to values that create a culture of academic integrity.