About the Department
The Internal Audit Department of Montclair State University exists to assist University management and the Audit, Finance and Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees in the effective discharge of their responsibilities. The Internal Audit Department serves as an independent unit responsible for examining and evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of the University’s accounting, financial, information technology and operating systems, policies, procedures and internal controls. The scope of the Department’s responsibilities includes efforts to assist in ensuring:
- Reliability and integrity of information
- University risks are minimized
- University assets are safeguarded
- Compliance with University policies and procedures, governmental laws and regulations.
The Internal Audit Department reports to the President of Montclair State University functionally and to the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer for administrative purposes.
The Department provides support to the entire organization and seeks to ensure best practices are in place.