Integrity Week

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is hosting an Integrity Week campaign from February 11-15. The week, inspired by the National Ethics Project, is oriented on building the core of one’s character “through promotion of honesty, trustworthiness, ethics, and self-awareness.”

Each day of the week will have a different theme. Monday will be academic, Tuesday for professional, Wednesday for wellness, Thursday for personal character, and Friday is for social integrity.
The group will be tabling on Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Cougar Mall where students are welcome to stop by and sign their integrity week banner and take their integrity oath.

“NSCS was founded on the core principles of scholarship, leadership and service built on a common foundation of integrity,” Said Stephen Loflin, NSCS founder.

For more information, check out the College of Charleston’s National Society of Collegiate Scholars on social media.


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Cheyenne Abrams is the Editor-in-Chief of CisternYard News. She is a low-country native who has had her share of living around the United States. In her fourth year at CofC she is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communications with a focus on journalism and public relations. In her free time Cheyenne likes to hangout with her four dogs and play board games with her friends.

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