Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management

Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management (IA&ERM) executes internal audits, oversees the university’s enterprise risk management program and conducts investigations into reports of fraud and irregularity. Through these activities we provide tools and insight to protect and enhance institutional value and improve decision-making in pursuit of institutional goals.

Please continue below to learn more about our areas of responsibility.


Internal Audit

  • Provides independent, objective assurance and consulting services
  • Bring a systematic disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of governance, risk management, and control processes
  • Reports functionally to the Board Audit and Risk Committee and administratively to the Vice-President, University Services and Finance
  • Provides consulting services to university units upon request
  • Guided by the Internal Audit Activity Charter

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

  • Create and protect the university's value by managing uncertainties that could influence achieving the university's vision, mission, and strategic and operational objectives
  • Administrative responsibility to facilitate, coordinate and support the university's ERM program
  • Support management including President's Executive Committee-Strategic (PEC-S) and the Enterprise Risk Management Steering Committee (ERMSC)
  • Reports to the Vice-President, University Services and Finance
  • Guided by the university’s Enterprise Risk Management Policy

Fraud and Irregularities Investigations

Report a suspected fraud or irregularity