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The Respect Creed
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"Cadets will treat others and themselves with dignity and worth and
expect the same from those around them."

The Respect Program
Through education and mentorship, the Respect Program Advisory Council (RPAC) seeks to teach cadets the importance of living a life of moral and ethical excellence. As an asset of the Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic, it aligns itself with the mission of promoting an understanding of Officership and the development of a self-concept within cadets. The program employs the efforts of cadets throughout the Corps, dedicated to providing a healthy, professional environment in their units.
Our Duties Within the Corps of Cadets Include Education in the Areas of
Cultural Awareness
Responsible Alcohol Use
Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention
Equal Opportunity
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On August 26, 2013 the Women's Equality Day Luncheon took place at the West Point Club. Jeanne Ives, an Illinois State Representative and 1987 West Point graduate, was speaker for this event. Jeanne Ives demonstrates in her position in Congress her willingness to lead on difficult issues and insightful understanding of policy and was a great choice as speaker for this event. Shown below are Cadets Victor Lowe '14 and Danny Garcia '14 enjoying their time at the event.


“He who feels the respect which is due to others cannot fail to inspire in them regard for himself, while he who feels, and hence manifests, disrespect toward others, especially his inferiors, cannot fail to inspire hatred against himself ”
~ Major General John M. Schofield ~