At Marlboro College we value the privacy of our website visitors and we do not sell visitor names or other information to third parties. It is possible to visit Marlboro’s websites without self-revealing any personal information. We do, however, collect both personally identifiable data and anonymous information about visitors that may be shared with marketing partners of the college. Here are the kinds of data we collect and why.
Personally Identifiable Data
Personally identifiable data may include names, birth dates, social security numbers, credit card numbers, addresses, and more. All personally identifiable data is collected via secure forms which you, the website user, knowingly supply to Marlboro. We collect this type of data for purposes such as scheduling admissions visits, event registrations, donations to the college, and bookstore purchases.
Anonymous data is collected automatically and is not used to identify individuals. Marlboro collects this data for purposes such as assisting in admissions activities including advertising and to gather a better understanding about how visitors use the Marlboro websites. This information is collected through a variety of methods including scripts, cookies, and log files.
Marlboro College follows industry-standard security measures, to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control.
By visiting the websites of Marlboro College, you consent to the collection and use of both personally identifiable and anonymous data as described above. Where appropriate users are given the option to opt-out of future communications. Marlboro College reserves the right to modify this document at any time.
If you have any questions regarding how Marlboro College handles your privacy with regard to its websites, you may contact our Marketing & Communications Department.