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Conflict of Interest

The State Board of Trustees for Ivy Tech Community College has an approved Conflict of Interest policy for all State and Campus Trustees of the College. All board members are required to complete the Annual Conflict of Interest Statement which can be completed and submitted online. 

The Employee Conflict of interest policy can be found in the Part-time and Full-Time Employee Handbooks.

 

Hiring Outside Counsel

In order to ensure efficiency and control College cost, any engagement of outside counsel must first be approved by the General Counsel’s office.

If you have any questions in regards to hiring outside counsel, please contact Jim Clark or J.D. Lux

 

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Compliance

The DMCA provides limited liability for university networks acting as Internet service providers (ISPs) for students and faculty, provided that certain requirements are met.

Requirements of the DMCA:

  • Appoint a designated agent to receive reports of copyright infringement. Register the agent with the U.S. Copyright Office.
  • Develop and post a copyright policy. Educate campus community about copyright.
  • Comply with "take down" requests.
  • Apply measures to protect against unauthorized access to content and dissemination of information.
  • Use only lawfully acquired copies of copyrighted works.

Copyright material used for educational purposes may be either used under privilege and right of fair use or may require the user to request permission from the holder of the copyright.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act 

 

Identity Theft

Ivy Tech Community College will make every reasonable effort to assistant any individual who suspects that they have become a victim of identity theft. The U.S. Department of Education offers advice for those individuals that suspect that they are victims of identity theft located here. In order for the College to consider any request for cancellation of the debt, we would require a copy of your police report and complaint affidavit filed with the U.S. Department of Education.  Each request will be considered on a case by case basis.