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Federal Compliance

An accredited institution of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a Title IV program participant, Malcolm X College (MXC) follows HLC’s federal compliance requirements as guided by the U.S Department of Education (DOE).

As a part of the HLC Compressive Evaluation, HLC must review the MXC’s compliance with their Title IV program responsibility and other federal requirements under the Higher Education Act. This is done through MXC’s Federal Compliance Filing. Below outlines HLC’s federal compliance components.   
  • Assignment of Credit, Program Length, and Tuition
  • Institutional Records of Student Complaints
  • Publication of Transfer Policies  
  • Practices of Verification of Student Identity 
  • Title IV Program Responsibilities  
  • Required Information for Students and the Public  
  • Advertising and Recruitment Materials and Other Public Information  
  • Review of Student Outcome Data 
  • Publication of Student Outcome Data  
  • Standing with State and Other Accrediting Agencies  
  • Public Notification of Opportunity to Comment  
 For more information on each component of Federal Compliance, please visit:  HLC Federal Compliance Policy