Student Center for Public Trust Club (StudentCPT)
The Ethics Club at UCCS is part of Student Center for the Public Trust, a national network of college students who demonstrate a commitment to ethical leadership. The UCCS chapter provides all students from all majors with opportunities to participate in training sessions, conferences, community service and business ethics competitions. Our chapter is supported by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS and the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), which has staff and resources available to help our chapter maximize its effectiveness. The UCCS StudentCPT board works to create opportunities for students to network with the business community and learn how to use their involvement to enhance marketing themselves in the job market after graduation.
We need YOU to achieve our mission!
Help build a network of ethical leaders at UCCS by joining us.
Vision: To be the largest network of ethical leaders on college campuses.
By being involved with the Student Center for the Public Trust, you will have the ability to make not just an impact on campus but also participate in professional development and community service events. This will enhance your resume, along with your knowledge and professionalism. To promote ethical thinking, we have discussions on hot button ethical topics and run through case studies to increase a member's knowledge of ethical situations and how to possibly resolve them. To develop the character and conscience of our members, we have provide opportunities and funded members to attend many conferences including ones at the United States Air Force Academy and West Point Military Academy.
Student Code of Ethics
I. Ethical LeadershipI. Ethical Leadership
Student members set the standard for ethical leadership, ethical conduct and model ethical behavior. Student members act ethically in every personal interaction.
II. AccountabilityII. Accountability
Student members accept responsibility and accountability for their individual decisions, actions and attitudes. Student members engage in activities that enhance the credibility and value of the SCPT and themselves.
III. IntegrityIII. Integrity
Student members think and act with honesty and integrity, and apply high standards of ethical behavior to their daily activities.
IV. TrustIV. Trust
Student members maintain a high level of trust with all others and build trust through fairness, honesty, accountability, integrity and transparency.
Student members should not engage in behaviors or activities that create potential, apparent or actual conflicts for the SCPT, NASBA CPT or themselves.
For more information, contact Chase Culver at email@example.com
- March 23rd (6-7 pm, Dwire 204): Video Case Competition past winners' showing
- April 6th: Service project
- May 4th (6-7pm, Location TBD): Informational meeting and officer elections