We value your privacy.
The information provided by you will be kept confidential and will only be used for
the purposes of developing our business relationship with you.
No information provided by you or details of any business transactions between us
will be disclosed or sold to any third party.
Non-Emergency Phone/Text Opt Out - You can choose to opt-out of receiving non-emergency text messages from Harper
College by filling out the form located here.
Postal Mail Opt Out: To stop receiving postal mail from Harper College, complete the Change Mail Preferences form.
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What are cookies?
Cookies and related technologies (herein "Cookies") are small text files that a website
saves on your computer when you visit the site. Cookies the College sets are called
first-party Cookies. The data collected might be about you, your device, your preferences,
or your login information. This data is mostly used to make the website work as expected
so, for example, you don't have to keep re-entering your credentials whenever you
come back to the site. Cookies set by third parties are called third-party Cookies.
We use third-party Cookies for analyzing website traffic and our advertising and marketing
efforts. You can change your browser settings to block, delete, or alert you to Cookies.
The Help menu on the menu bar of most browsers will tell you how to do that. However
if you do, you may have to manually adjust preferences every time you visit a site
and some features may not work as intended.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
|What constitutes personal data?|
Personal data in the context of GDPR means any information relating to an identified
or identifiable “EU data subject” An identifiable “EU data subject” is one who can
be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to, among other
things, an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, or
an online identifier.
Examples of personal data include, but are not limited to, name and surname, home
address, a photograph, email address (such as firstname.lastname@example.org), identification
card numbers, personal phone numbers, location data (such as stored on a mobile device
or computer), Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, cookie IDs, the advertising identifier
of a phone, data held by a hospital or doctor that uniquely identifies a person (for
example, a unique patient number), and the direct content of school work.
|Who does the GDPR affect?|
The GDPR applies to organizations located within the EU, and organizations located
outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behavior, or
processing the personal data of “EU data subjects”.
|Why does GDPR apply to the Harper College?|
The GDPR may apply to certain personal data collected by Harper College because, in
certain limited circumstances, we engage in business activities that collect or process
the personal data of individuals residing in the EU.
Harper College requires that all students who are 13 years of age or younger in Continuing
Education classes be registered by their parent or guardian.
All information collected for children 13 years of age and younger (this includes
all contact information) is used solely for the purpose of Harper College. Harper
College may use the contact information for the following purposes:
- Confirmation of registration
- Providing current and future course information
- Providing information on upcoming course offerings and college events
- Confirmation of payment
- Mailings related to Harper College