The College of Mount St. Joseph's mission as a Catholic College emphasizes values, integrity and social responsibility. This distinct focus reflects the College's Catholic roots, Sisters of Charity heritage, and a commitment to a culture of ethical conduct. Our Statement of Ethical Conduct contains general guidelines for conducting College business with the highest standards of ethics.
The College of Mount St. Joseph has implemented a third party comprehensive and confidential internet and telephone reporting tool to assist our Mount community to address potential misconduct while cultivating a positive academic and work environment. When you observe behavior that you believe violates our Statement of Ethical Conduct or other College policy, we expect you to report it or request clarification of policy using standard reporting methods or this Misconduct Reporting and Inquiry Hotline.
The Misconduct Reporting and Inquiry Hotline, administered by EthicsPoint, allow users to confidentially report potential ethical misconduct or breaches of laws, rules, regulations or College policies, and may be accessed online or by calling a toll-free telephone number. Reports are entered directly on the EthicsPoint secure server to prevent any possible breech in security.
The College strongly encourages employees to report relevant concerns directly to their supervisor or through appropriate College offices as a first step whenever possible.
For student conduct matters, when possible, please first report in accordance with the guidelines established in the Student Handbook prior to using this hotline as the first course of action.
We recognize, however, that there may be circumstances when you are not comfortable reporting the issue in this manner or where clarification of College policy prior to reporting is desirable. It is for such circumstances that we have partnered with EthicsPoint. We would rather you report anonymously than keep the information to yourself.
Prior to filing a report, you may want to review policies and related information in the following publications or myMount sites:
You may use either of the following two methods to submit a report:
After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5-6 business days, use your report key and password to check your report for feedback or questions.
Note: Users will be taken to a secure web site hosted outside of the College of Mount St Joseph network to assure anonymity.
For questions regarding general College policies and regulations or this Misconduct Reporting and Inquiry Hotline, please contact Linda Panzeca, Chief Compliance & Risk Officer at 513-244-4393 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org