Organizational Commitment to Privacy
Northeastern maintains a multi-disciplinary commitment to privacy, including roles responsible for all aspects of information protection that includes security and privacy. A security awareness program helps students, faculty and staff understand their roles and responsibilities in protecting information. Systems that solicit or display personally-identifiable information are protected by authentication and authorization controls.
Why We Collect Personal Information
We collect personal information in order to deliver services and information personalized to you, and your role or interests at Northeastern’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business.
Personal Information We Collect
Collection of personal information is limited to that required in order to provide services to you. Information collected may include, but is not limited to:
- Name and Date of birth
- NUID Number
- Address, city, state, postal code and country of residence
- Home, cellular and other contact telephone number(s)
- Emergency contact information (names, phone numbers and email addresses)
- Academic credentials
- Academic, leisure or other interests
- Other information pertinent to your specific interests at Northeastern
Other Information We Collect
Your web browser automatically sends us the type of computing device and operating system you are using. We may also collect and maintain the IP (internet protocol) address used by your computing device. In addition, we may collect the dates and times you access the portal and associated services, URLs requested, file names sent or received, search strings, and errors generated. We may also collect other information to assist us in maintaining or managing our systems, assisting you with a help request, or informing investigations. We may also share information with:
- departments within the University,
- individuals and organizations involved in assisting the University in providing services, and
- in response to lawful orders issued by, local, state and/or Federal agencies.
How Personal Information is Used Within Northeastern
The primary use of personal information is to enable delivery, personalization, and improvement of services related to individual roles and work at Northeastern. Personal information may be shared with other departments and business units at the University to the extent necessary to deliver and improve services offered.
How Personal Information is Used Outside Northeastern
To the extent necessary to deliver and improve services, we may share personal information with others outside the University such as third party providers, vendors, and others acting on behalf of the University. Northeastern does not sell personal information. The University complies with lawful orders for production of records pursuant to law enforcement investigations, and in supplying information as may be required by local, state and Federal agencies.
The D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ website uses the following Google Services to provide a customized user experience:
- Google Analyitics, including Google Analytics Advertising Features. Specifically, the D’Amore-McKim School of Business utilizes Remarketing with Google Analytics, the Google Display Network Impression Reporting, and Google Analytics Demographic and Interest Reporting
- Google AdWords
How Google Uses Data When You Use Our Partner’s Sites or Apps
You may find more information about how Google uses data collected by the D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ website here.
Third Party Links
The Northeastern D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ website contains links to many third-party sites which are beyond our control. The Northeastern D’Amore-McKim School of Business is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of the third party sites. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these sites.
By using the D’Amore-McKim School of Business website, you agree to these terms. Nothing contained within this website infers or constitutes a guarantee. You will also hold the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, as well as Northeastern University, harmless to any claims against this website and the data collected by visiting the website.