The Code of Conduct outlines principles, policies and some of the laws that govern the activities of the University and to which our employees (faculty, staff and students) and others who represent the University must adhere to. The Code provides guidance for professional conduct. 

The success and reputation of the university in fulfilling its mission depends on the ethical behavior, honesty, integrity and good judgment of each member of the community. All faculty, staff, and students and other individuals representing the University are expected to inform themselves about and comply with University policies and regulations pertaining to them.  


Members of the Tooba University community are expected to treat one another the way they would like to be treated. This guiding principle is found throughout the Qur’an and Sunnah, and is the foundation of how the University expects everyone in the Tooba community to interact and behave. 

The most beloved of Allah’s servants to Allah are those with the best manners.” –Al-Bukhari

Tooba University does not tolerate disrespectful interactions, speech, or writing, and expects disagreements to be handled with compassion and dignity. Acting in a way which is rude, undignified, or harmful will result in disciplinary actions.

Performance Standards

In keeping with its mission of delivering high-quality education to students, the University requires high standards of performance from its employees. However, situations sometimes arise when an employee’s job performance or conduct does not meet these required standards. While the University  wishes to assist employees encountering difficulties, it reserves the right to terminate employment at its discretion. Employment at Tooba University is on an at-will basis and therefore either party may end the employment relationship at any time.

Regardless of any specific policies or infractions listed here, the University has and reserves the right to discipline, suspend, or discharge employees or to take any other appropriate action which it believes necessary to protect the rights and safety of members of the University community.