All members of the University community are asked to report compliance concerns. A compliance concern includes a potential violation of an applicable law, regulation, or University policy. You do not need to know the exact law or requirement, or be certain a violation has or will occur. When in doubt, the better course of action is to report.
Please choose the best reporting option for you.
The best place to raise a concern often begins within your own department or with your supervisor. Usually, your department will be the most familiar with the issues and best equipped to address or raise a concern to a higher level.
Sometimes compliance concerns cannot be addressed within your department and are best raised to those with expertise related to the concern. You may consider contacting a University Compliance Partner for further guidance or assistance. Key University Compliance Partners include:
View the Compliance Matrix for a complete list of individuals who can be contacted for assistance.
If you are uncomfortable raising a concern about non-compliance through normal University channels you can report your concern to the University Compliance Program on an anonymous basis. The University Compliance Program is managed by the Office of General Counsel and deals with all aspects of the University’s compliance with law, regulations and policies.
You may report a compliance concern to the Compliance Program using one of the following methods: