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Code of Conduct


Our inspiring instructors publish scholarly work in top journals, present at national conferences, consult with some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies, and above all, dedicate themselves to the success of our students. As leaders in the College of Business, they demonstrate the following: 


Support the mission and vision of the College
Take a college wide perspective
Be constructive (e.g., identify a problem and a possible solution)


Be an active scholar
Contribute by doing service and taking on leadership roles when needed
Help a colleague when needed
Be an active participant in assessment
Respond within 48 hours to requests from colleagues

Student Support

Be a caring, yet demanding teacher ensuring students receive educational value
Schedule and hold office hours
Attend functions for students (club events, graduation, honors banquet)

Committee Support

Communicate between committees and academic discipline teams
Read materials before meetings
Attend meetings (College, Team, Committee) and take leadership as needed
Get a substitute if unable to attend a committee meeting
Arrive to meetings on time


We, the students of the College of Business Administration, continue our efforts to be a more supportive and effective college by offering ethical guidelines to support our successes. As students, we encourage each other to REACH.

Raise the Bar

Attain high levels of excellence in all activities
Stretch the limits of your learning experience
“Take the road less traveled”


Be an active scholar
Be an active participant in all endeavors (e.g., in the class room, in clubs, groups, etc.) 
Contribute by doing service and taking on leadership roles when needed


Support the mission and vision of the College and the University
Be constructive (e.g., identify a problem and provide a possible solution)
Take initiative and responsibility for your education 
Understand that learning is a life-long endeavor


Be courteous
Help others when needed
Be respectful of the rights and opinions of others
Be prompt; Arrive to class and meetings on time; Respond to requests within a reasonable amount of time
Be prepared for class and meetings
Respect the property of others
Seek help with problems


Be honest
Work to strengthen ethical conduct
Conduct oneself with the highest degree of ethical behavior

Each student is a member of the college and University communities. Our actions must reflect the ideals and values of these communities.