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Institutions of higher education are entrusted by society with great resources and commensurately great responsibilities for creation, dissemination, and preservation of knowledge. All management and staff of the Finance and Business Division play a key role in assuring that high standards of ethical practice attend to the custody and use of these resources. The employee's personal and professional conduct reflects on the college.
The management and staff of the Finance & Business Division embrace the values expressed in NACUBO's "Code of Ethics" approved and disseminated in 1993.
The conduct of the management and staff of the Finance & Business Division is characterized by integrity and dignity, and each individual should expect, and encourage, such conduct by others. Each ascribes to personal values that:
Each individual should act with competence and should strive to advance competence, both in self and in others. Each member of the Finance & Business Division understands and supports the College's mission, goals, and policies. The Finance & Business employee stands ready to communicate to institutional colleagues the content of this code of ethics and strives to ensure that the standards of professional conduct contained therein are met.
(* Much of the Providence College Code is extracted directly from the 1993 NACUBO Business Officer Code of Ethics and used with their permission)