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Code of Civility

The Code of Civility promotes a positive, collegial atmosphere among students, faculty, and staff.

To promote a positive, collegial atmosphere among students, faculty, and staff, University of Maryland Global Campus has developed the following code of civility:

Code of Civility

Respect

Treat all students, faculty, and staff with respect and in a professional and courteous manner at all times, whether in person or in written communication (including e-mail).

Kindness

Refrain from using profanities, insults, or other disparaging remarks.

Truth

Endeavor to cite only the truth and not knowingly misrepresent, mischaracterize, or misquote information received from others.

Responsibility

Take responsibility for your own actions instead of blaming others.

Cooperation

Work together with other students, faculty, and staff in a spirit of cooperation toward our common goals of seeking and providing a quality education.

Privacy

Strive to uphold the right to privacy and not talk about others.

Nondiscrimination

Respect the differences in people and their ideas and opinions and reject bigotry.

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