The Office of Integrity & Compliance has established a campus-wide program to provide centralized oversight, strategic management, and substantive support toward the ethical, lawful, and otherwise responsible conduct of all operations. The Integrity & Compliance Program is designed to honor the university’s decentralized culture in order to prevent wrongdoing and promote “rightdoing” in support of all aspects of the university’s mission. Read more...

Statement of Commitment to Integrity and Ethical Conduct

 

Statement of Commitment to Safety

 

Compliance Executive Committee

 

Statement of Commitment to Integrity & Ethical Conduct

Statement of Commitment to Safety

Compliance Executive Committee

  • Chancellor: Douglas A. Girod
  • Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor, Interim: Carl Lejuez
  • Chief Audit Executive: John Curran
  • Chief Financial Officer & Vice Provost for Finance: Diane Goddard
  • General Counsel & Vice Chancellor for Legal Affairs: Brian White
  • Vice Chancellor of Research, Interim: John Colombo

Policy Library

 

Resources

 

Integrity & Compliance Partners Network

 

Find the appropriate unit.
Contact the OIC.
Or use the hotline/helpline.

Resources

Integrity & Compliance Partners Network

  • ADA Resource Center for Equity & Accessibility
  • Athletics
  • Business & Financial Planning
  • Comptroller
  • Counseling & Psychological Services
  • Edwards Campus
  • Emergency Management
  • Enrollment Management
  • Environment, Health & Safety
  • Export Control
  • Facilities Planning & Development
  • Facilities Services
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships
  • Global Operations
  • Human Resources
  • Information Security
  • Information Technology
  • Institutional Opportunity & Access
  • International Student Services
  • Operations
  • Policy
  • Procurement
  • Professional & Continuing Education
  • Public Safety
  • Research Administration
  • Research Integrity
  • Risk Management
  • Student Housing
  • Study Abroad
  • Watkins Health Services

Do you have a question or concern?

Who can I contact?

Find the appropriate unit.
Contact the OIC.
Or use the hotline.

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