Fraud & Noncompliance

Dear UHS Students, Faculty and Staff,

We are off to a great start of our new academic year and maintaining safe and secure campuses is key to our continued success. To help ensure our safety and well-being, I want to remind you that we have a dedicated Fraud & Non-Compliance Hotline that any member of the University of Houston System community can use to confidentially report concerns about noncompliance or misconduct at our UHS institutions.

The Hotline can be used to report a wide range of potential concerns, including sexual misconduct and harassment, financial and auditing irregularity, theft, substance abuse and unsafe conditions. We take such concerns seriously and are committed to providing an environment free from discrimination, misconduct, fraudulent activity and noncompliance with UHS policies and rules. If you prefer, you can also share such concerns directly with the Texas State Auditor’s Office. I also want to remind you that UHS employees have required reporting in certain circumstances. For more information, please review our Required Reporting website. Every report of noncompliance or misconduct will be promptly reviewed and investigated appropriately.

As chancellor, let me assure you that the presidents of our UH System universities, including myself, remain fully committed to safeguarding the general welfare of our campus communities. We are steadfast in fostering a culture that promotes impartiality and integrity. I urge you to use the Fraud & Non-Compliance Hotline when necessary.


Renu Khator
Chancellor, University of Houston System