Enhancing a Commitment to Integrity: University Compliance Services (UCS) is responsible for the strategic design and implementation of the Compliance & Ethics Program (CEP), providing education and training for faculty/staff to help develop strategies to avoid compliance and ethics failures.
UCS is here to assist you in conducting business in a culture of integrity, fairness and mutual respect.
The University of Texas at Austin is committed to protecting the expressive rights of persons guaranteed by the constitutions of the United States and of this State by affirming the freedoms of speech, expression, and assembly are fundamental rights of all persons; recognizing these freedoms are central to the mission of the University; and ensuring that all persons may assemble peaceably on its campus for expressive activities, including to listen to or observe the expressive activities of others.
Honor Texas will engage the UT community in a variety of ways so that we can talk about ethics in a meaningful way, build an understanding of holding ourselves accountable, and considering ethics in everything we do.
We believe every person at every level within our organization has an obligation to perform his or her duties with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. If you suspect someone is behaving illegally or unethically, please speak up and report your concerns.
Employee training is transitioning to UTLearn, the University’s new employee training management system. Because this is a phased approach, employee compliance training may be found in different locations. Please check your "reminder email" for a link to the correct location.
The Title IX Office supports the University’s commitment to maintain an environment free from sex and gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, interpersonal violence (including domestic violence and dating violence), and stalking.
The University of Texas at Austin is committed to advancing a diverse, equitable, and supportive campus culture. The Department of Investigation and Adjudication (DIA) investigates allegations of discrimination, harassment, and other prohibited conduct.
This office handles the collection of crime statistics for the university and publishes the Annual Security Report in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act. We work hand-in-hand with UTPD and other offices on campus to make sure we give timely warnings of crimes that represent a threat to the safety of students or employees.