The University Compliance function is part of University Compliance and Risk Services (UCRS) and is led by the Senior Director of Compliance, Zoe Nagle. The primary goals of the University Compliance function are to support a culture of compliance, coordinate the University’s numerous subject-specific compliance efforts, and provide senior leadership with a comprehensive view of the University’s compliance activities.
University Compliance does not assume the duties of existing compliance areas which were created to address specific legal and regulatory requirements. All ongoing compliance activities continue in their existing reporting structures. University Compliance’s role is to centralize the information produced by these activities, provide coordination to ongoing efforts, and to assess Baylor University's overall compliance performance. This is accomplished through regular discussions with the named Compliance Partners who are part of the Compliance Leadership Group as well as other compliance leaders across campus known as subject matter experts. With this goal in mind, we can provide to Senior Administration and the Board of Regents consolidated, organized, and risk-based information in an objective manner.