Our Web site is designed to be a resource for the faculty, staff and administrators of Marquette University. We have provided some information to assist you in understanding the internal audit process, our department, and the ways in which we serve the university.


Internal Audit is part of the Risk Unit at Marquette University. The Risk Unit is composed of the Offices of Environmental Health and Safety, Risk Management, and Internal Audit. The Internal Audit Director also reports periodically to the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees. All three Directors are members of the Risk Assessment Group which meets with senior administration to identify, assess and address concerns which could potentially damage the university financially, strategically and/or by reputation.

Information about the Internal Audit department

Internal controls/financial controls

Other Resources

Questionnaires, audit tools and other resources


Mission Statement

The Risk Unit is responsible for evaluating loss exposures, assessing liability, handling claims, promoting internal controls and developing effective safety and health programs. The corporate and student insurance plans are managed by this unit.