Institutional Compliance

Mission Statement

To promote and support a compliance conscious culture that encourages all employees to conduct official Texas A&M University – Central Texas business in an ethical manner and in compliance with established laws, policies, regulations, rules, and procedures.


  • Dissemination and interpretation of System Policies and Regulations
  • Development and maintenance of institutional rules and standard administrative procedures
  • Assures administrative units have appropriate departmental procedures
  • Development of a broad-based compliance program designed to prevent, monitor and detect areas of non-compliance
  • Coordination of external audits
  • Communication of compliance issues with executive management
  • Processing of all Public Information/Open Records requests


Interactive training should be done on a regular basis to keep employees up to date with new laws or regulations that will have an impact in their areas (based on the Federal Sentencing Guidelines).

Compliance training is offered to individuals responsible for oversight of the risk mitigation process through professional webinars, in-classroom training sessions, and attendance at professional seminars and conferences (i.e., FERPA, Title IX and Clery Act).

On an equal note, all employees of The Texas A&M University System have access to Train Traq, learning management system (LMS). Train Traq is used to assign, monitor and verify employee mandated training and can be accessed through Single Sign On (SSO). Train Traq is also used as an additional source of "free" compliance related training.

Below is a list of compliance related courses which can be accessed through Train Traq.

Compliance-related courses available through A&M-CT Train Traq
Course Name Course Number
ADA for Supervisors and Faculty 2111125
Child Protection Training 2111652
Clery Act Guidelines for A&M System Campus Security Authorities 2111844
Creating a Discrimination-Free Workforce 99002
Ethics 99001
Export Controls & Embargo Training – Basic Course 2111212
FERPA 11012
Financial Conflict of Interest in Research 2111716
Hazard Communication 11020
HIPAA-Benefit Processor and HRC Users 11009
HUB Purchasing Requirements 11010
Information Security Awareness 3001
International Travel Safety:  Safe Passage Presentation 2111728
Reporting Fraud, Waste and Abuse 99003
Retention of State Records 11015
Sexual Harassment:  What Supervisors Need to Know 1006
Time and Effort 2111113
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