The Internal Audit Department performs a wide range of audit services to the University community.
Types of Audits
The Internal Audit Department performs various types of audits including: financial audits, compliance audits, operational audits, information technology audits, consulting/advisory services, and special investigations. Learn more about types of audits provided here.
The most successful audit projects are those in which you, the audit client, and Internal Audit have a constructive working relationship. Our objective is to have your continued involvement at every stage, so you understand what we are doing and why, while trying to minimize disruptions of your daily activities. Additional detail regarding the audit process is available here.
Audit Scope and Objectives
The scope and objectives for every audit are determined through discussion with the department's management and a department specific risk assessment. While each audit is unique, there are some general or common objectives applied to most audits. Some of the common objectives are discussed here.
Common Audit Findings
Findings usually identify a problem related to non-compliance with University policies and procedures, governmental regulations, operating efficiencies or an improvement from an overall business perspective. Additional information about common audit findings can be found here: