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The Augusta University Ethics & Compliance Program is committed to promoting and supporting an organizational culture that encourages ethical conduct.

Our office activities reflect the University's commitment to operating with the highest level of integrity while maintaining compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. Our goal is to serve as a proactive partner and resource for University Leadership, Faculty, Staff, and Students. The University Ethics & Compliance Program assists with the creation of structural components, systems, and best practices designed to cultivate and maintain a culture based off our institutional core values: collegiality, compassion, excellence, inclusion, leadership and integrity.

Constructing and preserving a culture of compliance, ethics, and integrity are shared responsibilities and require individual commitment from the entire University community to ensure success. We are each accountable for:

  • Awareness and understanding of the policies, laws, rules, and regulations that apply to our respective areas.
  • Timely reporting of concerns.
  • Working collaboratively to resolve issues.

We welcome the opportunity to partner with stakeholders who seek assistance with navigating ethical responsibilities, who wish to report a concern, or have general inquiries.

 

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706-721-0900

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University Ethics & Compliance

Celebrating Our Values

Augusta University is committed to the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct. We strive each day to incorporate our values of collegiality, compassion, excellence, inclusivity, integrity, and leadership to achieve our institutional mission.

University Ethics & Compliance News

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Hosting a youth program this summer? Review Augusta University’s minors on campus policies

Programs serving non-student minors include, but are not limited to, camps, clinics, mentoring and shadowing opportunities, lab-related educational experiences and use of classroom or outdoor space.

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Alls named assistant vice president of Ethics and Compliance

Allls earned her bachelor of arts in political science and international affairs from Florida State University and her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law.

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Clay Sprouse named VP for audit, compliance, ethics and risk management

Clay Sprouse, chief audit officer at Augusta University, has been named vice president for audit, compliance, ethics and risk management, effective immediately.

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Values Week 2021 makes impact on campus community

Over 17 events were held specifically for or in relation to Values Week, which celebrates the university’s values and culture of ethics.