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Source: www.wordclouds.comMontgomery College is committed to fostering an environment of integrity where ethical standards are routinely and transparently considered by all. A new policy entitled Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct was adopted by the Board of Trustees on June 19, 2017. The purpose of the Montgomery College Code of Ethics is to express the ethical standards for faculty, staff, and administrators: Accountability, Civility and Collegiality, Compliance, Fairness, Honesty, Respect, and Stewardship.

Support of the Montgomery College Code of Ethics will serve to enhance an ethical environment and promote civility, excellence, and integrity in our work and with one another. It is every employee’s responsibility to uphold the Code of Ethics and to encourage high standards of ethical behavior and decision-making by all. As established in the policy, the Employee Code of Conduct document developed through governance will now be referred to as the Employee Standards of Conduct Handbook and will serve as the basis for obtaining an awareness of ethical standards for all employees.

Ethics Training Updates

Frequently Asked Questions regarding in-person and online ethics training.

Roadmap for Employees to Address Issues

The College has developed a special roadmap document to help employees understand where

to go for assistance with the resolution of different concerns. 

Roadmap for Employees to Address Issues


Confidential Ethics Reporting Line
Employees with ethical concerns are encouraged to talk with their management. Montgomery College has the EthicsPoint reporting line, which is a confidential and anonymous third-party reporting line replacing Red Flag Reporting.  

EthicsPoint toll-free number: 844-572-2198
EthicsPoint online reporting:

Please consult the How to Report Ethical Concerns section of this website for additional information about reporting questions.
Check back for more updates about the ethics program and comprehensive ethics training for employees.
If you have questions, please contact the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics at 240-567-7396 or

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