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Compliance

Idaho State University is committed to ethical conduct and fostering a culture of compliance with applicable state and federal laws, rules, regulations, and with State Board of Education and ISU policies. The University acknowledges compliance requires an ongoing and concerted effort on the part of all members of the University community.

In accordance with State Board of Education Governing Policies and Procedures, Section V.Y., the President of ISU has designated the University’s General Counsel as the Chief Compliance Officer for the University, and the Office of the General Counsel as the University Compliance Office. The Chief Compliance Officer, with the assistance of the University Compliance Committee, is responsible for the administration and coordination of the University’s compliance efforts.

Bengal Statue outside of the Student Union Building.

The Compliance Committee assists the President and the Chief Compliance Officer with:

  1. Maintaining a Code of Ethics;
  2. Publishing an index of all major Compliance Areas;
  3. Coordinating compliance oversight, monitoring, and reporting;
  4. Reviewing amendments to policies;
  5. Recommending practices to enhance compliance;
  6. Assuring University policies are regularly reviewed for compliance; and
  7. Training employees on the laws, regulations, and policies that apply to their job responsibilities.

Compliance Committee Members

Idaho State University encourages employees and the campus community to report compliance issues such as waste, fraud, or abuse of public resources, noncompliance with federal or state law, or violations of university policy. All reports may be submitted through the Compliance Reporting website or hotline at (800) 461-9330. REPORTS CAN BE MADE ANONYMOUSLY. Reports are received by the General Counsel and the Internal Auditor, who review and assist in resolution.

To report violations of the university's nondiscrimination policies, including allegations of protected class discrimination or sexual harassment, please see the Office of Equity and Inclusion.