Throughout its history, Webster University has been committed to the highest standards of honesty and integrity in all its activities. This includes, among other concerns, the following
- Avoiding conflicts of interest;
- Dealing with others honestly and in good faith;
- Preserving confidentiality; and
- Compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
To reaffirm this commitment, the University has adopted an Employee Ethics Policy that applies to all faculty and staff who are part of our global community. You can view the Employee Ethics Policy here. We ask for your commitment to these high standards set by the University.
Ethics Reporting Hotline
EthicsPoint provdes a simple and anonymous, risk-free method to report activities that may involve financial misconduct or violations of University policy.
To report misconduct or a violation, contact:
To Report Ethics Violations at the University
sexual harassment, discrimination
Director of Human Resources
Director of Public Safety
Residential Life Issues, Roommates, On-Campus Living
Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
Moving UpWebster Jumps Four Spots to No. 24
Webster University moved up to 24th from 28th in U.S. News and World Report's Regional University-Midwest category; also ranked in Top 2 percent for Study Abroad.
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