Missouri University of Science and Technology
Finance and Administration
Code of Ethics Statement

Missouri S&T Finance and Administration shall

 1.  perform their duties in accordance with the highest ethical and legal standards;

 2.  practice honesty and integrity in all aspects of their work;

3.  exhibit professionalism in the workplace, and conduct themselves in a way that will continue to promote the public's confidence in the integrity of the University;

4.  be fair-minded, non-discriminatory, and treat all individuals, both internal and external to the University community equitably, with civility, respect and dignity;

5. fulfill their assigned responsibilities, and be proactive in developing the skills necessary to provide high job performance;

6.  exercise fiduciary responsibility with respect to safeguarding the University's assets;

7.  exercise custodial responsibility with respect to the use of University property and resources;

8.  exercise confidentiality with respect to information, records, and data management, respecting the rights and privacy of individuals;

9.  take action to mitigate any real or perceived conflicts of interest; and

10.  continually demonstrate that environmental management is among the highest priorities and environmental responsibility is accepted as an integral part of operations.