Policies

Understanding FERPA: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Abstract: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”) is a federal law that protects the privacy and integrity of a student’s education records by generally prohibiting the disclosure of personally identifiable information from education records maintained by the institution, and by granting the student the right to review their education records and to request the addition, correction or deletion of information in their education records.

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Research Misconduct Policy

Abstract: This Policy applies to all research conducted at the University, whether or not federally funded (and whether or not supported by PHS), and to all members of the University’s research community who are employed by, are agents of, or are affiliated by contract or other agreement with the University.

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Conflicts of Interest Policy

Abstract: Benedictine University’s (the “University’s”) Conflict of Interest Policy helps assure the integrity and objectivity of the University’s decision making; protects University funds through proper stewardship and the avoidance of fines and penalties; and protects the reputation of the University from adverse media attention and government scrutiny.

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Web Privacy Policy

Abstract: This policy describes how Benedictine University handles the information we obtain from the University’s website at www.ben.edu.

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Identity Theft Detection and Prevention (Red Flag) Policy

Abstract: Benedictine University’s (“University”) Red Flag Program (“Program”) identifies and incorporates into the Program, relevant Red Flags for Covered Accounts; detects and reasonably responds to Red Flags in order to prevent and mitigate Identity Theft; and ensures the Program is updated periodically to reflect changes in risks to students from Identity Theft.

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Whistleblower Protection Policy

Abstract: Diligent efforts will be made to protect the individual making a complaint from retaliation for his/her good faith activities in the initiation of, or cooperation with an inquiry or investigation of wrongful conduct.

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Anonymous Reporting Helpline

On June 1, 2010, the Office of Business and Finance Services launched a confidential web-based tool to assist employees in reporting misconduct in the workplace. Employees may make an anonymous report by contacting the University’s Anonymous Reporting Line via telephone at (866) 326-2747 or internet at Benedictine University Compliance and Ethics Helpline. Reports can be made 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Compliance and Ethics Helpline

The establishment of this additional reporting mechanism does not take the place of reporting misconduct to your supervisor or any senior university official, but it provides an additional avenue of reporting and satisfies the University’s obligation for compliance with both federal and state law pertaining to the Whistleblower Act.

  • Compliance
    benedictine university

    5700 College Road
    Lisle, IL 60532
    8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

  • Nancy Stoecker
    Vice President for Compliance and Mesa Operations
    Email: nstoecker@ben.edu
    Phone: 630-829-6402

  • Kevin Rappel
    Compliance and Audit Manager
    Email: krappel@ben.edu
    Phone: 630-829-6404

  • Christine Dawson
    Compliance Paralegal
    Email: cdawson@ben.edu
    Phone: 630-829-6430