You should not hesitate to bring concerns about compliance to your supervisor, unit or department head, or faculty advisor, or to the senior manager or executive with oversight of the relevant area, for example the Director of Environmental Health and Safety, or the relevant Dean or Vice Provost. You may also contact the Compliance Department, the university Ombuds, Audit and Advisory Services, Risk Services, Human Resources Management, the Office of University Equity and Compliance and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. The university encourages all members of the community to raise concerns and to report suspected wrongful conduct through these established channels. The university also has a mechanism in place for anonymous and confidential reporting of concerns: a compliance hotline that is managed by an outside company. To learn more about the hotline or to anonymously report a concern, click here.
The university will not tolerate retaliation against anyone who makes a good faith report of suspected or actual wrongdoing.