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Ethics & Values

“Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.”
                                                                                  1 Corinthians 4:2


In today’s complex society, ethical issues confront us at every turn. Every area of life – from business and technology to health care and education – requires ethical decision-making.

A Marymount education prepares students to meet these challenges both in college and in life. Marymount emphasizes ethics and values across the curriculum and in all aspects of campus life.   

The University’s commitment to a values-based education is intricately linked with Marymount’s Catholic foundation and traditions. At its best, a university inspires students to search for the truth and provides a forum for discussion and reflection on timeless questions and their ethical implications. Learn more about the value of a Marymount education in the Catholic intellectual tradition.

Among the ethics initiatives at Marymount University:
 
  • The Center for Ethical Concerns, MU founded this Center in 1993 as a forum for the exchange of ideas about ethical issues and to recognize leaders who advance a strong values-based culture. Learn more about the Center for Ethical Concerns.
  • Ethics Awareness Week, coordinated by the Center for Ethical Concerns, designed to involve students and faculty in an examination of an ethical issue. Learn about the most recent Ethics Awareness Week’s activities.
  • The Marymount University Ethics Award is presented to an individual who has taken an outstanding leadership role in promoting and developing ethical standards and behavior. Read about more about those recognized with the Ethics Award.