Our Commitment about Privacy
When we started the Alumni Association in 2008, we made a commitment to not share our information about our members without permission from each person. We have kept that promise and will continue to do everything we can to protect our database. Other than our webmaster, there are only 2 Alumni Board members that have access to the database. We need this limited access to keep the information current.
Key Contact person for class reunions:
Also, the Alumni Association has identified at least one key contact person for each class. This person is someone that is involved in your class reunions. We have asked each key contact person to NOT share your information with anyone other than those involved in your class reunions.
If you answer "Yes", we will provide your information to that key contact person.
If you answer "No", your information will not be sent to the key contact person.
Inquiries about a specific graduate
Occasionally we receive inquiries from a former student looking for another graduate. We handle these inquiries as follows: First, we do not acknowledge that we have information on any graduate. If we do have contact information on the graduate, we forward the information to them and let them decide if they want to contact the student looking for them.
Note: Most mailing addresses and other personal information is already available thru other sources on the internet. We are talking about email addresses here.
Our Email Communications to alumni and members
Emails are sent to each person individually. We do not send emails to groups of people that show each person’s email address in that correspondence. We use one of Go Daddy’s email programs that provide the latest technology available to prevent spam, spyware, etc.
What is permission-based email?
Permission-based email refers to email messages sent to subscribers who requested them, in contrast to unsolicited email messages or spam. You can obtain specific permission to receive email directly from a subscriber, or have an existing customer relationship that implies the customer wants to receive your email messages.
Many people, particularly email marketers, have varying definitions of what constitutes permission-based email in terms of direct or implied consent.
Express Email Marketing® requires that each recipient of a campaign agree to receive your communications either directly (by opting in to your contact list) or indirectly (by you indicating an ongoing relationship with the contact that the contact does not dispute).
All Go Daddy accounts are protected from viruses, spam and fraud by the highest level of encryption available - 256-bit encryption.
All email accounts include Go Daddy’s state-of-the-art Virus Protection system which automatically blocks infected email attachments that may damage your computer with destructive viruses. Virus scanning occurs every time our servers receive an incoming attachment. Virus Protection is in place for both Webmail and POP3 email clients so that any emails that contain an infected attachment are automatically blocked.
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