Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering (CoE) is committed to operating with integrity and in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, regulations and policies. CoE employees are expected to act with honesty and adhere to the highest standards of moral and ethical values and principles through their personal and professional behavior.
We demonstrate our understanding of these values and principles and uphold them in every action and decision. We pledge to make wise use of our resources and to be good stewards of financial, capital, and human resources. We operate within the letter and spirit of the law and prescribed policies, and strive to avoid impropriety or conflict of interest. In keeping the highest ethical standards we further our mission of teaching, research and public service. We hold to the standard of sincere respect for the rights and feelings of others and require that employees refrain from behavior that might be harmful to themselves, their coworkers and the College or might be viewed unfavorably by the public.
Individuals having questions or seeking more information should feel free to contact either:
- John Leonard, associate dean for finance and administration
- Emily Howell, director of finance and administration
This website is intended to serve as a resource for members of the Georgia Tech College of Engineering community who need to locate various official College policies.