You are a Leader of the University…
Executive Officers, Associate Vice Chancellors, Associate Provosts, Deans, Associate Deans, and Department Heads all play a critical role in fostering a culture of integrity and compliance at NC State. Thus, University Leaders must demonstrate a commitment and willingness to let values drive strategic decision-making and expect others to do the same. This means working with Compliance Owners and Partners in maintaining open lines of communication and supporting the University’s compliance efforts — both university-wide and within individual units and departments. You are always encouraged to enlist help from resources such as the University Compliance, Ethics & Enterprise Risk Management Officer , the Office of General Counsel, an HR representative, or other services.
How Does Compliance Intersect with Your Role at the University?
The NC State community can only function smoothly and successfully if everyone takes responsibility for their own actions and make themselves aware of their obligations.
Know your rights and responsibilities, and expectations as a leader:
- Embrace a commitment to the achievement of a culture of compliance through your words and actions
- Demonstrate the highest standards and ethical behavior in your decisions
- Measure and monitor compliance efforts within your teams and units
- Have immediate and appropriate correctives responses to incidents
- Become knowledgeable of relevant University policies, regulations, and rules
Promote a safe and secure campus environment:
- Use the University Police as a resource
- Familiarize yourself with emergency procedures
- Report harassing, discriminatory, and other unwelcome behaviors immediately
- Know how to recognize a student of concern and how to refer a student for assistance
- Assist the Behavioral Assessment Team (BAT) in maintaining the safety and well-being of our campus community
- Maintain a Drug Free Workplace