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As the Rutgers community continues to grow and thrive, each individual within the community has a responsibility to preserve Rutgers’ reputation as one of the finest research universities in the United States. Part of that responsibility includes making ethical choices at all levels. UEC Ethics Program supports our community to embody the University mission through integrity, ethical behavior and avoidance of conflicts of interest.


UEC Ethics Program encompasses:

  • University documentation relevant to outside employment
  • University documentation relevant to financial Conflict of Interests
  • University Documentation relevant to event attendance, royalties, and scholarly capacity
  • Access to the Rutgers  Code of Ethics, Plain Language Guide to Fundamental Ethics, and Conflicts Rules established by State Law, Federal Law and University Policy


To support the University community, the UEC Ethics Program runs eCOI+ ( a proactive approach and web-based tool to help Rutgers faculty and staff protect all members of the Rutgers Community. Ethics Armor replaces all paper forms with an efficient, single, University-wide, automated system.