Data Protection and the EU General Data Protection Regulation

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The EU General Data Protection Regulation provides for the rights of individuals and the responsibilities of organizations in the handling of personal data. Park University is committed to ensuring that the personal information of its students and staff is:

  1. fairly and lawfully processed;
  2. processed for limited purposes;
  3. adequate, relevant, and not excessive;
  4. accurate and up to date;
  5. not kept longer than is necessary;
  6. processed in line with the rights of data subjects; and
  7. kept safe from unauthorized access, accidental loss or destruction.

Park University aims to comply fully with its obligations under the GDPR and to ensure that the service it provides for those wishing to gain access to information is simple, efficient, and effective.

Making Requests

To access the personal information held by Park University, individuals should submit a request by clicking here to open a support ticket.

For further questions regarding data subject requests, please call (800) 927-3024.

Applicants must also be prepared to provide proof of identity, such as a photocopy of a passport, driving license, or birth certificate.

Time to Respond

Park University must respond within 30 days of the request by confirming the information requested is not held or providing the information requested.

Park may refuse or charge for requests that are manifestly unfounded or excessive.

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.