Volume 63 | Number 1 | Winter 2021

Risk & Compliance

Emerging Technologies’ Impact on Construction Audits - Tony Ollmann
Clery Compliance from 80,000 Feet - Charlie Hrncir


Distributed Information Systems Management Auditing - Lynn Walker
ACUA and EDUCAUSE Intersect to Assist Campuses: An Interview with John O’Brien - John O'Brien

Tools & Resources

Collective Learning Communities for Internal Auditors - Hock-Chye Ong
Auditor as an Investigator? - Erin Egan


Letter from the Editor - Marilyn Carnevale
Letter from the President - Patricia Snopkowski

About The Journal

The College and University Auditor Journal is an official publication of the Association of College and University Auditors.  Published three times a year, the College and University Auditor is written and edited specifically for college and university internal auditors.

Articles published cover a wide variety of topics related to internal auditing in higher education including: accounting, auditing, risk assessment and management, computer security and information systems, fraud, legislation and regulatory issues, and international higher education issues.  Most of the articles are written by internal auditors working in higher education who share their unique perspectives, experience, and expertise.

The volunteer staff of the College and University Auditor strive to publish a timely, recognized, professional journal that informs, connects, and supports higher education internal audit, assurance, and consulting professionals.

Submission of Articles

Readers are encouraged to submit articles for consideration for publication. Letters and original articles can be submitted to the editor Gavin Shubert at [email protected].

Please send your copy electronically to the editor or ACUA in Word or text file format. The editor reserves the right to reject, abridge or modify any advertising, editorial or other material. 

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