POLICY OF ETHICAL PRACTICE

1. Introduction
2. Purpose
3. Ethical Behavior
4. Conflicts of Interest
5. Officer and Key Employee
6. Financial Integrity Disclosure and Other Reporting
7. Confidentiality
8. Academic Freedom
9. Protection and Proper Use of University Assets
10. Disclosures
11. Violations - Consequences
12. Reporting Responsibility and Procedures
13. Handling of Reported Violations
14. Acting in Good Faith
Reporting Guidelines
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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6. Financial Integrity, Disclosure and Other Reporting

Robert Morris University financial statements, and other data statements, must fairly and accurately present the financial condition of the University. All transactions affecting Robert Morris University, directly or indirectly, shall be recorded properly, accurately and in a timely manner, and documented in Robert Morris University's books and records in accordance with University policies, U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and other governmental rules and regulations.

Federal and state laws require Robert Morris University to disclose certain information in various reports that the University must file with or submit to government authorities. In addition, from time to time, the University makes other public communications, such as issuing press releases.

Robert Morris University expects all employees who are involved in the preparation of these filings or other public documents to ensure that the information disclosed in the documents is fair, accurate, timely and understandable.

To the extent that an employee reasonably believes that questionable accounting or auditing conduct/practices have occurred or are occurring, he/she should follow the reporting guidelines in this Policy.