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Vision and Mission statements are prominently displayed in each building, and located on
page two of the Catalog and the “About Us” page of the website. The website provides a
Higher Education Act (HEA
webpage along with the required
All public announcements, promotional and marketing information are reviewed and
approved by the Director of College Relations/Marketing and/or College Administration.
Individual programs and services communicate information through fliers and brochures,
which are reviewed and updated by the individual departments and approved by the
Director of College Relations/Marketing. Social media channels – Facebook, Twitter,
YouTube – are utilized to broadcast and promote EITC.
2.A.22 High Ethical Standards
The role and mission of the College and each employee is clearly defined. No employee is
ever placed in a position where ethical standards might be compromised. Dealings with the
public are simplified by rigidly adhering to State Board of Education policy. The general
method to maintain high ethical standards is:
Don’t place people into positions where ethical values might be compromised.
Maintain open lines of communication so that ethical concerns can be addressed
prior to action being taken
Discuss and collectively make decisions whenever possible so that multiple views
can be expressed and verification made that actions are within the framework of
the EITC’s standards of integrity.
Internally, all individuals are treated fairly and equitably. When a problem arises, there are
multiple review processes available. Campus culture has always promoted open door
policies where concerns can be expressed and problems resolved at each level within the
organization. Where this process is insufficient, a grievance policy exists (Policy 106) which
includes peer review and evaluation of the grievance in a formal hearing environment.
2.A.23 Conflict of Interest
EITC Policy 228, “Conflict of Interest,” contains procedures to follow when a conflict of
interest arises. EITC has no affiliation with social, political, corporate or religious
organizations, operates strictly as a state agency and within the educational autonomy
granted by the State Board of Education and Division of Professional-Technical Education.
2.A.24 Intellectual Property
EITC Policy 221 addresses intellectual property rights and refers to State Board of Education
policy on the matter.
2.A.25 Accuracy in Accreditation Language
EITC welcomes participation in accreditation activities. We are pleased to accurately
represent our current status and do not speculate on future accreditation actions or status.
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