ItemInstitutional Federal Compliance Report(2021-02-04) Barbera, Anthony; Collins Groner, Danielle; Sbaschnik, WernerThe Middle States Commission on Higher Education (herein after MSCHE or the Commission), as a federally recognized accreditor, verifies institutional compliance with accreditation-relevant federal regulations developed by the United States Department of Education (USDE) in the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 at the time of self-study evaluation and at any other time required by the Commission. The Commission requires verification of institutional compliance in the following areas: 1. Student identity verification in distance and correspondence education 2. Transfer of credit policies and articulation agreements 3. Title IV program responsibilities 4. Institutional records of student complaints 5. Required information for students and the public 6. Standing with State and other accrediting agencies 7. Contractual relationships 8. Assignment of credit hours ItemState University of New York College at Old Westbury Supplemental Information Report(SUNY Old Westbury, 2022-03-01) Sams, Timothy, E. ItemState University of New York College at Old Westbury Self-Study Report(SUNY Old Westbury, 2021-02-07) ItemProgress Report to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education(SUNY Old Westbury, 2018-04-01) Butts, Calvin O., IIIAt its session on November 17, 2016, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education acted: To accept the Periodic Review Report, reaffirm accreditation and commend the institution for the quality of the periodic Review Report. To request a progress report, due April 1, 2018, documenting further implementation of the assessment of non-academic units (Standard 7). The next evaluation visit is scheduled for 2020-2021. ItemVerification of Compliance with Accreditation-Relevant Federal Regulations - 2016(Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 2016-06-14) SUNY Old WestburyThe following report provides a review of institutional materials submitted by SUNY Old Westbury to document compliance with accreditation-relevant federal regulations. This report provides verification to the Commission of institutional compliance in eight areas: Student identity verification in distance and correspondence education; Transfer of credit policies and articulation agreements; Title IV program responsibilities; Institutional records of student complaints; Required information for students and the public; Standing with state and other accrediting agencies; Contractual relationships; Assignment of credit hours.