What is a High Risk?

A high risk is an activity (can be a process, department or function) on campus in which there are uncertainties that can impact the ability of the institution to achieve its goals and objectives; specifically, its goals and objectives to comply with all laws, rules, and regulations, and policies and procedures that govern its operations. Institutional Compliance and the Compliance Advisory Committee (CAC) work together to identify high-risk areas at UT Dallas. Once a high-risk area has been identified, Institutional Compliance assigns a person on campus to be responsible for the management of that particular high-risk area. To see a listing of the high-risk areas, please refer to the Risk Area Contacts page.

High-Risk Area Responsible Persons

  • Exclusively responsible and accountable for management of the institutional risks identified and assigned to them by the ECC.
  • Must have appropriate knowledge to manage the risk.
  • Must have necessary authority to manage the risk.
  • Develop necessary monitoring, training and reporting plans to manage high risks.
  • May be asked to present information to the CAC regarding their risk areas.
  • Develop Risk Management Plans for the high-risk areas assigned to them.
  • Prepare quarterly reports for Institutional Compliance regarding the status of monitoring, training, reporting, and instances of noncompliance.

For Advisory Committee Members

External resources:

Internal resources:

Risk Management Plans (RMP) and Quarterly Compliance Reports (QCR)

Contact us anytime you need help with your RMP or QCR.

QCR Due Dates:
Due Date Time period covered by report
Nov. 15 August-October
Feb. 15 November-January
May. 15 February-April
Aug. 15 May-July

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