Building upon the Mission: Everyone Plays a Part

The University of North Texas is committed to operating with the highest integrity and in compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations. The university is dedicated to ensuring that the university community understands the requirements of applicable laws and that they have access to the training and guidance needed to carry out their duties in an effective and ethical manner.


University Integrity & Compliance strives to bolster a culture of principled integrity, foster the university's commitment to the highest standard of ethics, and empower our caring, resilient, and creative community.


The University Integrity & Compliance Office envisions a campus where:

  • decisions are made for the right reasons, based on the honest, transparent, and ethical treatment of all, with the comprehensive perspective of the UNT community and their voices firmly embedded,
  • an inclusive, welcoming, understanding and diverse community that collaborates as a united family is firmly established,
  • everyone serves by caring and focusing on the well-being, empowerment, and growth of each other, and
  • we strive to reach the highest standards of performance in all we do.

Inclusion leads to Ethical Behavior

UIC promotes ethical behavior at UNT, which is a community of vast diversity. Effective encouragement of ethical behavior becomes possible when individuals feel they are treated fairly based on their innate human dignity.  Therefore, UIC will approach our constituency with decency and a mindset attentive to valuing differences and empowering everyone to participate meaningfully and equitably in protecting UNT's integrity. We will treat all individuals with the respect and dignity they deserve and welcome all into our family.

Additional Suspected Fraud, Waste and Abuse Reporting Options: It is the policy of the University of North Texas to identify and promptly investigate any possibility of fraudulent activities or misconduct in its operations and, when appropriate, to pursue legal remedies available under the law.  In addition to reporting to the university, suspected fraud, waste and abuse may be directly reported to the State Auditor's Office.  The State Auditor's telephone number is 1-800-TX-AUDIT (892-8348) and their website is