Office of Institutional Compliance

TSU Office of Institutional Compliance

What We Do ... and Who We Are

What does compliance mean?

"Compliance" refers to adherence to, or the following of, laws, rules, policies, and any other requirements that apply to your job duties. You are not responsible for knowing all the laws and policies that apply to Texas Southern University; however, you are responsible for those that relate to your own immediate job duties.

What does the Office of Institutional Compliance do?

Texas Southern University is a very complex organization with hundreds of employees and many departments. The Office of Institutional Compliance works with the various University departments to appropriately address compliance and ethics issues and concerns. Additionally, the Office of Institutional Compliance coordinates compliance training designed to familiarize faculty and staff with laws governing their conduct as state employees and officers.  

 Hot Topics 

 

Training and Examination Program for Employees of Campus Programs for Minors on Warning Signs of Sexual Abuse and Child Molestation

2015 Required Reports 

2010 Program Integrity Rules 

2011 Higher Education Opportunity Act

Clery Act

Family Education Rights and Privacy Act 

 

 In the News 

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Penn State May have Benefitted from a Robust Compliance Program 

 

              TSU Ethics Hotline: 866-588-3344                                    SAO Hotline: 1-800-TX-Audit