My Big Fat Greek (Life) Audit

Fraternities and sororities play an integral part of non-academic life at many colleges and universities. Participating in Greek life introduces students to philanthropic activities, unique social experiences and provides students with a network of support while they are away from their families. However, media reports on negative events throughout the country has transformed the Greek life image to one of binge drinking, hazing, and death. This webinar will help answer the question of what and how internal audit can aid colleges and universities in addressing the risks often associated with Greek life and help prevent reputational damages.

Speakers: Chris Garrity, St. Joseph's University and Adrienne Larmett, Baker Tilly

After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
1. Understanding the risks associated with Greek life.
2. Identifying frameworks to assess and monitor internal control activities.
3. Providing internal controls and tools that can be utilized by colleges and universities to effectively oversee Greek life activities and ensure educational programs are in place.
Field of Study: Auditing
Program Level: Overview
Location: Virtual
Type of Delivery Method: Group-internet-based
Prerequisite: None
Advanced Preparation: None
CPE Credit*: 1 Credit
Cost: None

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