Student confidentiality and privacy policies

UNAD Florida offers on maintaining a trusted learning environment.

The University is committed to providing a clear and specific description of its policies to protect the privacy of its users. Any material changes to this policy will be reflected on this page.

As part of the application and enrollment process, UNAD collects personal information the student that is provided by you when going through these processes. This information includes, but may not be limited to, your name, address, email address, phone numbers, employer, and education history.

When and With Whom We Share Your Personal Information

UNAD Florida never sells or rent personal information to any third parties under any circumstances. We will share personal student information only with our agents, representatives, service providers, and faculty for limited purposes, including; reviewing and process your application, enrollment or verifying the information provided during the application process.

The students assume total responsibility and risk for their use of any third-party website and the Internet in general. UNAD disclaims any and all responsibility for content contained in any third-party materials provided through links from the website. Further, the inclusion of these links to other websites does not imply that the other websites have given permission for the inclusion of these links, or that there is any relationship between UNAD and the linked websites, nor do the owners of the linked websites endorse any of our courses is an independent company and references to other companies do not imply any partnership, joint venture, or other legal connection in which the University would be responsible for the actions of their respective owners or operators.

UNAD is governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Is a Federal law designed to protect the privacy of a student’s education records, including academic, financial and financial aid records. This act protects your personal information from being distributed to third parties without your consent, unless permitted by law. To this effect, FERPA regulation requires a Student to explicitly authorize the Institution, in writing, to disclose his/her education records and the personally identifiable information therein to third parties. This form must be completed and returned to the appropriate University office by either fax or mail, before any information can be released to a third party (i.e., spouse, employer, etc.). This form remains on file with the University.

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