Reporting Misconduct Policy
All members of the University community are expected to conduct University-related business with honesty and integrity, and must comply with all governing rules, regulations and policies. This includes:
- employees (faculty and staff) and
- students and individuals employed by the University, using University resources or facilities, or receiving funds administered by the University and
- volunteers and other representatives when speaking or acting on behalf of the University.
Read the full Administrative Policy: Reporting Suspected Misconduct
No member of the University community may retaliate against an individual because of the individual’s good faith participation in:
- reporting or otherwise expressing opposition to, suspected or alleged misconduct;
- participating in any process designed to review or investigate suspected or alleged misconduct or non-compliance with applicable policies, rules, and laws; or
- accessing the Office for Conflict Resolution (OCR) services.
A causal relationship between the good faith participation in one of these activities and an adverse action is needed to demonstrate that retaliation has occurred.
Read the full Administrative Policy: Retaliation
University Policy Program
The University Policy Program supports the Policy Owners, the President's Policy Committee, and Responsible Officers throughout the policy lifecycle.
Conflict of Interest Program
A conflict of interest may exist when University employees have financial and business relationships with external business entities. The Conflict of Interest Program works with employees to manage conflicts of interest, where they exist.