2023 Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement - Senior Administrators

Who can use it?

Senior Administrators

What is it?

The University has written conflict of interest policies which allow the University to identify, evaluate and address conflicts of interest that might call into question the fiduciary duties of its Trustees, Officers and Senior Administrators.

The University also has an obligation, as a tax-exempt organization, to file annually with the Internal Revenue Service, a federal form 990 - Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax- which requires disclosures about the University’s governance and management policies, the independence of University’s Board of Trustees and key employees’ family and business relationships with each other and with the University.

In order for the University to fulfill its obligations for the 990 filing and under its conflict of interest policies,  Senior Administrators must submit  Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure Statement for Trustees, Officers and Senior Administrators 

Where to get it?

Click on the Submit Disclosure form button

How to use it?

The first step of the COI Disclosure requires you to acknowledge that you have received, read and understand the University’s policy Financial Conflicts of Interest for Senior Administrators (“COI Policy”). A link to the policy will be provided in the disclosure form.  the Please take a moment to review this policy and familiarize yourself with its scope, objective and your obligations under this policy as a Senior Administrator before completing the COI Disclosure statement

What are the charges, options & fees?

There is no charge for this service



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