Texas Tech University is committed to the promotion of professional relationships and open channels of communication among all individuals. The university will publish and disseminate in a timely manner its values, policies, procedures, and regulations, as well as any other information that is necessary to protect and educate all members of our community. We encourage and provide opportunities for the free and open exchange of ideas both inside and outside the classroom. While the free expression of views in orderly ways is encouraged, personal vilification of individuals has no place in the university environment.
As Red Raiders:
The TTU Ethics Center has collaborated with faculty, staff, and scholars from the Texas Tech community to develop a learning module for each of the eight values in the Statement of Ethical Principles. Each module includes the statement of the featured principle, pre-learning questions, a presentation, video learning, references, an illustration (or illustrations) of the principle in practice, and a post-learning assessment.
Each module takes approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. These modules serve as introductory tools for students and other members of the campus community to further Texas Tech University's 'Campus Conversation on Ethics."