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Advisory Committee

Introducing the Inaugural Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program COHORT and Advisory Workgroup

The Senior Administrative Leadership Team (SALT) serves as the College's executive compliance committee.

Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program

The Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program cohort members receive professional development to foster further qualities of an ethical employee. In addition, members serve as an advisory workgroup to provide input from the employee perspective for compliance and ethics activities, programs, and training offered by the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics.

Provide valuable employee insights and guidance for planning considerations for the compliance and ethics program elements managed by the Office of Compliance, Risk, and Ethics.


Fellows Program Meetings 

This program requires intensive work and focus. Workgroup members will be asked to share progress with and obtain feedback from stakeholders within their divisions. Selected employees may participate for either a one- or two-year commitment. Two-year commitments will continue through May 2022. Workgroup members are expected to attend all meetings. 

Meetings have been held via Zoom in 2020 and 2021. Compliance and ethics topics during the first-year program included areas such as conflicts of interest, ethical leadership, policies and procedures, and digital accessibility. Compliance topics during the second-year program include internal audit, Title IX, and Fraud Awareness.

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Compliance and Ethics Fellows Second-Year Meetings

2–4 p.m. 

Via Zoom
Monday, September 27, 2021
Monday, October 11, 2021
Monday, November 8, 2021
Monday, December 13, 2021

2–4 p.m. 

Via Zoom
Monday, February 14, 2022
Monday, March 21, 2022
Monday, April 11, 2022
Monday, May 9, 2022

Compliance Advisory Committee

The Compliance Advisory Committee (CAC) was in place at Montgomery College from 2012 until April 2019. The CAC has been an essential component of the compliance program since 2012 and evolved over time from a coordinating body to an advisory body. There have been significant changes to the Office of Compliance, and an expanded portfolio of responsibilities necessitates expanded advisory needs: ethics and compliance. The group was disbanded and reconstituted to the Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program, which was introduced in spring 2020.