The University Ethics and Compliance Office will support administration of the System and its universities in fulfilling their missions in an environment based on ethical conduct and compliance with applicable laws, rules, and guidance. The University Ethics and Compliance Office is the designated liaison to receive and, as necessary, coordinate and/or refer the investigation of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct, or other violations of applicable laws, rules or guidelines.

Ethics News

All university employees must complete sexual misconduct training, "Haven for Faculty and Staff" hosted by our vendor, Everfi. 

This course is available until April 7, 2017at 5pm CT.

Please check your university email for a message from the University Ethics and Compliance Officer account for detailed instructions on accessing the course or visit the Haven for Faculty and Staff Training section of our website.

The course will remain available until 5pm central time on April 7, 2017 and takes about one hour to complete. Employees who have not fully completed all coursework at the deadline will be considered noncompliant and face internal discipline. 


  1. Access the log in screen through the following link: http://go.illinois.edu/TitleIX_Training 

  2. If prompted, select your university location

  3. Enter your university net id and password

  4. Click the red “Login” button

  5. Select an age range, select faculty or staff, and check the " I agree to the terms of service" box

  6. Click “Next”

  7. Click the blue “Get Started” button


The Office of the Secretary of State will begin the annual Statement of Economic Interests process with a mailing to the home addresses of required filers March 15, 2017.  To comply with the IllinoisState Officials and Employees Ethics Act, the University Ethics and Compliance Office will also be emailing required filers with instructions to return all Statements of Economic Interests to our office for review and forwarding to the Office of the Secretary of State.  All Statements of Economic Interests must be filed with the Office of the Secretary of State by May 1, 2017 to avoid fines.  To learn more about the process and the criteria to file, please visit the Statement of Economic Interests section of our website.