Why Should Compliance Matter to You?
Compliance means abiding by applicable laws, regulations, and policies. In a university setting, compliance is less about regulating individual behavior and more about understanding applicable regulatory requirements that apply to university activities follow them. Because NC State engages in such a broad range of activities, the number and scope of applicable requirements is vast. For that reason, understanding these requirements and complying with them is a challenging, but very important, university-wide endeavor. The University’s reputation, funding, support, and ongoing success are dependent on every member of the NC State community taking responsibility for their own activities, and for the compliance of those activities with legal and ethical standards. The University Compliance & Integrity Manager and the Office of General Counsel are available to support and assist you in interpreting laws and understanding what requirements apply to work.
Click on the below links that pertain to your position at NC State to learn more about how compliance intersects with your roles.