Institutional Compliance

Providing independent oversight of the University's Compliance Program

About Compliance at UofL

The University’s Institutional Compliance Office serves as a resource and provides guidance to administration, faculty, staff and units (departments, programs, committees). 

There are many external laws and regulations that apply to the university. To help the university be compliant with these requirements and university policies, the Institutional Compliance Office provides assistance and advice to university compliance units regarding:

  • establishment of institutional-level policies and procedures;
  • communication tools to aid in reporting compliance matters;
  • investigation and response to compliance reports;
  • review of new or recently revised compliance requirements;
  • periodic compliance risk assessments;
  • and other tools to help reduce or manage university risks.

Each compliance unit of the university has designated compliance officials or subject matter experts to provide oversight and on-going assurance of adherence with external requirements and university policies and procedures.

The University of Louisville, its students, employees and the entire community will be better served by fostering a culture of compliance.