Resurrection University cares about your privacy, and for this reason, carefully controls the information you provide to us when you visit our website.
Ways We Use Personal Information You Send to Us
If you elect to contact Resurrection University via email or through the Resurrection University website, the information you provide will not be sold to any third parties. In all other respects, Resurrection University does not collect personal information without your knowledge. Please note that when you contact Resurrection University through the website, the information you send will not be encrypted unless otherwise noted. Therefore, people who are actively attempting to intercept web transmissions may be able to read information you send to us. However, we have installed a number of security measures to protect the confidentiality of your personal information. We have a firewall to prevent unauthorized access to our systems. Once the information is sent to our site, it is kept on a separate database not available to users on the Internet and protected to the fullest extent reasonably possible.
We may use your personal information, with the assistance of third parties, to track the effectiveness of our web site efforts and to generate University related materials. Additionally, we may disclose information when legally compelled to do so.
Why We Pay Attention to How You Use Our Web Site
In order to understand how you use our web site, we analyze our website’s traffic. In this process, we track which pages you visit and in what order, how you entered the site and how long you remain here. We never associate this information with your personal identity or any individually identifiable information about your computer system.
This information is used in aggregate to help us improve our site and make it more useful to you.
How We Collect Information on Your Use of This Site
The Resurrection University website utilizes a standard technology called “cookies” and web server logs to collect information about how our web site is used. A “cookie” is a small line of text that is stored with your web browser when you visit a cookie-enabled web site. The text may contain a random identification code or user preferences. Your browser has options that allow you to control whether the browser accepts cookies, rejects cookies or notifies you each time a cookie is sent to you.
Cookies help us collect important business and technical statistics. The information in the cookies lets us trace the paths followed by visitors to our web sites as they move from one page to another. Web server logs allow us to count how many people visit our web sites and evaluate our web site visitor capacity. We do not use these technologies to capture your individual e-mail address or any personally identifying information about you.
Contacting the Web Site Team
1431 N. Claremont Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622