COLLECTION AND USE OF NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION
Fuller Seminary’s web sites log IP addresses for system administration purposes. These logs may be analyzed to improve the value of the content available and navigational features on these sites.
Fuller Theological Seminary web sites may log IP addresses and browser types, but will not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. This means that a user’s session may be tracked but their identity will remain anonymous. You can browse Fuller Seminary web sites without entering any personal information and therefore remain anonymous during your visit.
Fuller Theological Seminary uses small files called “cookies” to store and track what you look at when you browse the pages of our web site. These cookies do not collect personal information, only statistical data that may be analyzed to improve our web sites. If you are concerned about “cookies”, you can set your browser to review, accept or reject cookies.
COLLECTION AND USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
If you enter information on any of Fuller Seminary’s online forms that identifies you, it is considered personal information. Examples of personal information are your name, gender, postal addresses, social security number, phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, credit card number, date of birth, current employment reference names, , citizenship, age, denomination, educational history, references, gift amounts if you are a donor, questions regarding dismissal from previous institutions and felony convictions, and/or religious/ministry autobiography.
The above information is used in several ways: to maintain contact with you, to evaluate for admission, to transact a fee charge and receipt, for authentication purposes to prevent duplication in our data system, seminary event registration, product or service orders, and some is shared with authorized employees and/or agents as needed to provide requested services. The use of some information may be specified on a particular form.
Some forms establish password-protected accounts. Please do not share these passwords with anyone to avoid compromising secure access to your personal information.
All information that you submit to our web sites will be treated as confidential. We do not disclose your information to third parties unless required by law.
CORRECTING, UPDATING, OR WITHDRAWING INFORMATION
At any time after submitting your information to any Fuller+ web site form, you may correct, update or withdraw your information. To do so, please see the relevant Contact Us.
When users submit their personal information using any form on the Fuller Seminary website, their personal information is scrambled using SSL encryption technology before being sent over the Internet. Fuller Seminary provides data handling procedures that help protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information under our control.
POLICY REVISION AND CONSENT
Fuller Theological Seminary reserves the right to revise this policy at any time, please check this page periodically for updates. If revisions are made, they will be posted on this web page. In using the web sites of Fuller Theological Seminary, you consent to the collection and use of the information as described in this policy.