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Code of Ethics
USCA Code of Ethics
The University Sales Center Alliance (USCA) is comprised of universities that have established sales centers/programs, consisting of appropriate facilities and faculty, devoted to professional sales education and research. USCA members are devoted to upholding the highest standards of conduct, specifically including, but no
t limited to, the following:
USCA members will adhere to any code of ethics or conduct adopted by their host university, college, school, and/or department.
USCA members will adhere to the USCA’s code of ethics and will not tolerate any member that does not.
USCA members will consider themselves “trustees” of the USCA and will do their best to ensure that it is well-maintained, financially secure, growing, and always operating in the best interests of its members and the sales profession.
USCA members will openly declare any conflict of interest between their university or personal matters and their USCA membership, and will abstain from discussion or voting when appropriate.
USCA members will not use the organization for their personal advantage or that of their friends, relatives, or colleagues.
USCA members will refrain from discussing or disseminating any internal confidential discussions outside of the organization.
USCA members will refrain from interfering with the duties of its duly elected officers or undermine their authority to complete their tasks.
USCA members will follow the highest standards of professional conduct with the students who participate in their activities.
USCA members will follow the highest standards of accountability and openness in soliciting and using financial support from their host university and corporate sponsors.
USCA members will follow the highest standards of professional conduct with firms and organizations that recruit their students and will not tolerate any firm or organization that does not treat their students in the same manner.