The Board of Governors is committed to high standards of financial management throughout the organization. Despite this commitment, events can occur which could compromise our standards and jeopardize our fiduciary responsibility. Subsequent damage to the reputation of the University and, of course, the individuals who may be implicated make it essential that Colorado State University - Pueblo have an effective protocol for responding to allegations of financial impropriety and other frauds. The response mechanism must be clear, appropriate, timely and effectively focused if it is to protect both the University and its employees. We have outlined below how to communicate any potential fraud or misuse of University property or assets to the Internal Auditing Department.
Fraud can be present in any entity including the University. Anyone suspecting improper activities should visit the Compliance Reporting Hotline website.
All employees are responsible for reporting any possible improper activities at the University.