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The Graham School reserves the right to change this policy at any time. Changes will be posted to this site and effective immediately.
Our noncredit course registration and all application forms require users to provide us with contact information such as name, email address, mailing address, and similar identifiers. Sensitive information, such as credit card numbers, is not stored after purchase. Social security numbers are requested in our credit application forms, and are stored in protected University servers.
We may use your personal information to provide you with information about the Graham School’s activities, via email or catalog mailings. We may also share your personal information with other University of Chicago departments for University-related activities.
Your personal information may also be included in the University of Chicago directory. These directories are only available to the University community, including alumni, students, faculty, and staff, and are used for ease of contact among different departments.
If you participate in a partnership program, your contact information may be made available to our partner organization for the duration of your study.
We will not distribute your personal information unless required by law or a contract for official Graham School business. It will be used only for approved Graham School activities.
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Our website uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption, which scrambles data sent from your browser to us. Sensitive information, such as personal user data, is kept secured and only accessible to approved Graham School staff. Data transmission over the internet is never completely secure; the Graham School protects information to the best of its ability, but cannot completely guarantee its security.
The Graham School website links to other websites. We cannot guarantee the security of these links, and the Graham School is not responsible for sites linked to our website.
The University of Chicago Graham School
of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies
1427 East 60th Street, 2nd Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60637
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