Internal Audit (IA)

The University of Dayton’s Office of Internal Audit is an independent business partner that examines and evaluates the activities of the University as a service to the Board of Trustees and Management. Internal Audit provides assurance and consulting services that are designed to assist the University in achieving its mission. Internal Audit assists the University accomplish its mission by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating its processes and offering recommendations to improve internal controls to manage risk. 

Internal Audit is established by the University’s Board of Trustees. Internal Audit’s responsibilities are defined by the Internal Audit Charter as approved by the Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees. Independence is essential to the effectiveness of the Internal Audit Office; therefore, the Director of Internal Audit reports functionally to the Audit Committee and administratively to the Chief Risk Officer. Internal Audit’s role will ensure strong stewardship as well as promote and protect the integrity of the University.

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