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Rules Governing Personal Conduct of Student Employees

Rules of personal conduct for employees are intended to promote the orderly and efficient operation of the university, as well as to protect the rights of all employees. Violations, therefore, shall be regarded as cause for disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Termination may result from an accumulation of minor infractions as well as for a single serious infraction. This statement of Rules Governing Personal Conduct of Employees does not preclude the establishment of additional rules for its employees by any University department that are necessary for the effective operation of that department.

Disciplinary action under these rules does not free an employee from possible criminal liabilities, nor preclude sanctions established for violations of MSU Ordinances or state or federal laws.

The following are examples of conduct that are prohibited:

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