The purpose of the Internal Audit function at the University is to provide the Board of Trustees and senior University administration with an independent assessment of the University’s system of internal controls.
Internal Audit examines and evaluates the controls in place to safeguard University assets, evaluates the effective use of resources, reviews compliance with policies, procedures, laws and regulations to protect the research and teaching mission of the University.
The University of Chicago’s Internal Audit Charter governs the activities of the University’s Internal Audit function.
Ronald L. Kolbash
Associate Vice President for Shared Services, and Interim Assistant Vice President for Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance, and Internal Audit