Board Policy 1C.2 provides that fraudulent or other dishonest acts are not tolerated. State ethics laws and computer use policies proscribe the means for which employees can use state and University resources – for the benefit of the state, not the individual.
Types of conduct that fall under this policy include, but are not limited to:
- Misusing state property (for personal use)
- Falsifying time sheets
- Theft or destruction of state property
- Unauthorized use of university systems or information
- Willful violations of laws, regulations or policies
Protection from Retaliation
This policy specifically provides that anyone making a report of fraud or dishonest acts will be protected from retaliation or reprisal. Persons found to have committed fraud or any other dishonest act may be subject to discipline, up to and including termination.
What should you do?
If you believe someone has committed fraud or some other type of dishonest act, you should report that matter to:
- Office of the President
Violation of Policy
Persons found to have committed fraud or any other dishonest act may be subject to discipline, up to and including termination from employment.