Business Ethics Handbook
Integrity and ethics exist in the individual, or they do not exist at all. They must be upheld by individuals, or they are not upheld at all. To ensure that integrity and ethics are characteristics associated with New Mexico State University, each NMSU official, employee and representative is expected to comply with the Principles of Ethical Conduct expressed in NMSU Policy 3.19.20. All employees are required to review and acknowledge the Business Ethics Handbook at least once a year when completing their Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form.
NMSU has chosen Ethicspoint® to provide an anonymous and confidential reporting tool to communicate misconduct and promote a positive work environment. Addressing misconduct and other concerns in the workplace early on will help minimize negative morale issues and financial impact to the University and its employees. How do I file an Ethicspoint report?
Conflicts of Interest
NMSU is committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all operations. Both individual members of the university and entities controlled by the university have a vital need to recognize and deal with conflicts of interest and/or commitment. Therefore, the university requires periodic disclosures of interests related to university responsibilities as described on the Conflict of Interest page.