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Emergency Desktop Notification Rollout and Oct. 17 Collegewide System Test

Need to Know

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College Council Meeting Tuesday in CT108

Guest Lectures

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Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Lecture With Erica Wright, Oct. 24 in Germantown's Globe Hall

MC in the News

Compliance Office

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EthicsPoint - Confidential Reporting Line for Ethical Concerns

Workforce Development

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Truck or Treat: CDL-B Program, Oct. 31

In Memoriam

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Passing of Mr. Joseph Emilio Bartolomeo, Father of Dr. Jamin Bartolomeo

College/Campus News

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Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Germantown Campus!

Wellness News

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TP/SS Campus Indoor Track: Lunch Hours

MC Events

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FAFSA Fever Is on Oct. 14: Students Can Get Help Filling Out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid

Arts at MC

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A Special 40th Anniversary Piano Concert

MC Votes

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MC Votes October Update: Party to the Polls, Voter Regisration Deadline, and More

Professional Development

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Schedule Your Most Important Work for When You're Most Focused

Student Affairs

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Mindful Mondays in the Science Center, Room 459

EthicsPoint - Confidential Reporting Line for Ethical Concerns

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Category: Compliance Office

Published: Oct 8 2018 12:00AM

Montgomery College is committed to the ethical pursuit of the College's mission, vision, and goals. When faced with an ethical concern or decision, employees are encouraged to talk with their management. If contacting your supervisor is not possible or you wish to file a confidential report, Montgomery College provides a reporting line hosted by EthicsPoint. EthicsPoint is a confidential and anonymous third-party reporting line.

EthicsPoint toll-free reporting: 844-572-2198
EthicsPoint online reporting: www.montgomerycollege.ethicspoint.com

EthicsPoint provides a means through which employees can report suspected fraud, financial irregularities, questionable business activities, or unethical conduct. For further guidance, please see the College Policy and Procedure 31000-Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct, visit the ethics website, www.montgomerycollege.edu/ethics, or contact the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics at ethics@montgomerycollege.edu.

Prevention of Retaliation
Ethical organizations protect those who report alleged wrongdoing against retaliation. The College is committed to protecting individuals from interference with making a protected disclosure and from retaliation for having done so. No individual, who, in good faith, reports a violation or suspected violation shall suffer harassment, retaliation or adverse employment, academic, or educational consequence.

The College has committed to protection against retaliation. In June 2018, the Board of Trustees passed a new policy, 39003--Protection Against Retaliation, which provides protection against retaliation for making a good faith report. The procedure provides examples of retaliation. Organizations embrace a speak-up culture by encouraging people to speak up and by protecting them against retaliation when they do.

Related Media

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  2. 31000 Code of Ethics and Employee Conduct.pdf
  3. 39003 Protection Against Retaliation.pdf


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