Atlantic International University is committed to protecting your privacy. The university does not profit (sell, rent, trade) your e-mail address or personal contact information to any third party. Individuals who supply their e-mails, telephone numbers and/or addresses may receive e-mail, telephone, and/or mail contact from the university regarding academic programs, news, new products or services, upcoming events or promotions. For quality assurance purposes, telephone calls made to or from the university are recorded and may be monitored for training purposes.
When we collect information?
As you navigate through the university’s web site, some information may be collected about your visit such as time spent on the web site, pages visited, and other such information. AIU uses this information to help improve and enhance its web site content and layout.
AIU will not contact you by email, phone number unless you submitted a request for information. AIU does not do not track/save/user directly in our data base name, emails address, Device IP address, phone numbers, and other information unless it is summited on a Request Forms / Application Forms at AIU (www.aiu.edu or any AIU’s landing page www.aiu.edu/...).
What do we use the information for?
AIU’s Google Adwords and Facebook ads accounts collect information automatically (like page visitors) from our landing pages and website in order to allow AIU to use the data for ads such as re-targeting, lookalike audiences, and more. Marketing sources such as ads/landing pages: AIU uses tracking url system in order to identify the campaign, adgroup and ads sources. The TrackingUrl system provides AIU with information needed to keep improving our marketing in order to reach people who are more likely to be interested.
How is this information collected and how can you opt out?
Other Websites and Cookies:
AIU implemented several security measures in order to protect against hacks, loss, misuse and/or alteration of the information under our control. However, transmission over the internet are not always secure.
If you are located in the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway (the “European Economic Area”), please click here, for additional information about ways that Atlantic International University (AIU), may collect, use, and share information about you.
Opt Out from AIU
Individuals who no longer wish to receive e-mail or phone communications form AIU may opt out. To opt out of calls or e-mail communications you may e-mail or write to the university. Be sure to provide the e-mail(s) and/or phone number(s) you wish to no longer be contacted on. The university updates its Opt Out phone list and database every 30 days. The university updates its Opt Out email list and database every 10 days.
Via e-mail: [email protected]
Via mail: Atlantic International University
Attn: Opt Out List Manager
900 Fort Street – 40
Honolulu, HI 96813
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