The HECA Compliance Matrix lists key federal laws and regulations governing colleges and universities.
It includes a brief summary of each law, applicable reporting deadlines, and links to additional resources.
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On 1 November 1918, a meeting was held by Colonel Anton Holik in the Melje barracks, where it was decided that the German-speaking city should be part of German Austria.Maribor was attested in historical sources as Marpurch circa 1145 (and later as Marchburch, Marburc, and Marchpurch), and is a compound of Middle High German march 'march (borderland)' burc 'fortress'.In modern times, the town's German name was Marburg an der Drau (literally, 'Marburg on the Drava').The information contained on this website is for general guidance only and is not intended, nor can it be relied upon, as legal advice.The site is intended to be an informational clearinghouse for laws, rules, and regulations that may impact colleges and universities.The Slovene name Maribor is an artificial Slovenized creation, coined by Stanko Vraz in 1836.