FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE POLICIES & PROCEDURES















NO. 33





CONFLICT OF INTEREST





September 1981









The Constitution of the State of West Virginia states:

No person connected with the free school system of the State, or with any educational institution of any name or grade under state control, shall be interested in the sale, proceeds or profits of any book or other thing used, or to be used therein, under such penalties as may be prescribed by law: Provided, that nothing herein shall be construed to apply to any work written or thing invented, by such person.



All employees of Fairmont State College shall abide by the Constitution of the State of West Virginia and shall avoid a conflict of interest between college obligations and non-college activities.