Centenary University is a Liberal Arts University which offers master, bachelor and associate degree programs. In the course of doing business, we may collect and share financial information. This notice explains Centenary’s information collection and sharing practices.
These practices will be subject to periodic review and adjustment, as needed.
Our Security Procedures Protect Your Information
We work hard to keep your information secure. For example, our information security policies:
- Govern retention and confidentiality of sensitive information;
- Protect against threats to such information;
- Restrict access to information systems; and
- Specify password requirements.
These practices and procedures are in accordance with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999. This Act requires safeguards to protect customer financial information.
Information We Collect to Conduct Business
We collect information about you to conduct business. Some sources may include:
- Information we receive from you.
- Information we receive from third parties, such as government agencies, to verify statements you’ve made to us.
Information Shared Within Centenary University
We may share the information we collect within Centenary University. For example, we may share:
- Identification information (such as name and address)
- Financial information
Information Shared Outside Centenary University
We may share the information we collect with the following types of organizations outside of Centenary University:
- Financial service companies (like banks);
- Other organizations which perform services for the University (like data processing or direct mail services);
- Consultants authorized to do business on behalf of the University;
- Government entities in response to subpoenas or regulatory requirements;
- Loan servicing agents;
- Collection agencies; and
- As otherwise permitted by law.