2019-2020 Employee Handbook

Conflict of Interest

There are several ways in which an employee may be involved in what is considered to be a conflict of interest to his or her employment at the college. Primary among these are:

  • selling goods or services to the college (equipment, supplies, books, instruments, promotional materials, etc.)
  • engaging in outside business or other activities (i.e., political activities, volunteer counseling, etc.) during college work hours
  • using the college's name, logo, seal, facilities, services or equipment
  • faculty members accepting payments in any form for tutoring their own students.