There are multiple avenues that you may pursue to make a report of suspected or actual wrongful conduct, depending on what makes you feel the most comfortable. Whichever method you choose to use, the important thing is to speak up when you see wrong-doing or have concerns that someone has violated the law or University policies.
These standards build upon the R.I.C.E. values of Responsibility, Integrity, Community and Excellence, and relate to our policies and business practices. The standards were developed by President Leebron and the University Compliance Committee, with review and comments from the provost, speaker of the faculty senate, deans and department chairs and the audit committee of the board of trustees.
If you have any questions, please contact the chief compliance officer at (713) 348-2287.
For a discussion by President Leebron about our shared values, please see the R.I.C.E values.
To review or download a copy of the Rice University Compliance Matrix.
The DOE has compiled this very useful calendar which details required reports, notifications, and disclosures.
A collection of additional information and resources organized by compliance area.
For more information about the Rice University Training Program and frequently asked questions, please see our FAQs.
For more information about the Rice University Ethics and Compliance Program and University Compliance Committee.
For more information on the Chief Compliance Officer, click here.