Crandall University is committed to protecting your personal information.
Personal information is not automatically collected from you when you visit Crandall’s website. You may choose to provide personal information by filling in a web form or by email. Any personal information that you provide will be protected in accordance with applicable privacy laws and Crandall University policy.
Information gathered automatically
Some information is logged automatically by Crandall web servers about Internet traffic on its pages. These logs capture aggregate, generic, non-personally identifying information about visitors such as the type of browser used, pages visited and duration of stay. This information is used to help us understand our Internet traffic and improve our website. The information is only shared between university staff and, at times, between university staff and those responsible for Crandall-hosted websites.
In some cases, the Internet Protocol (IP) address of visitors could allow for individual identification. Please check with your Internet Service Provider to learn more about how IP addresses are used.
Cookies can be used to monitor website usage to improve website performance, to save passwords and preferences for future visits, and to assess user traffic and demographics.
By using this site, you are giving permission for cookies to be used and for the information gathered from them to be used to benefit you.
Web browsers also allow to adjust your preferences for accepting or rejecting cookies, as well as for deleting them from your device.