Web Privacy Statement

St. Lawrence University (the University) respects the privacy of the people who use www.stlawu.edu. We have developed this privacy statement to inform visitors about what information this website collects, who may access that information, and what the University may do with the collected information. The University is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We will not sell information to outside entities, but we reserve the right to share it with strategic partners who are bound to confidentiality agreements with the University.

The University reserves the right to make changes to this web privacy statement, and any such changes will be reflected here.

Browser Data
Information involuntarily logged from the use of our website is for statistical purposes only. This type of information includes information such as the number of visits, the type of browser, or other technical means to view our webpages. This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google. We use tracking codes provided to us by Google and St. Lawrence is not responsible for Google’s privacy policies. The information we receive is provided in aggregate form and is used to improve the content and usability of this site.

Cookies and Other User Behavior Tracking Tools
A cookie is a piece of information placed on the user’s hard drive by a web site containing information about the user or the user's selections on a web page. The University website takes advantage of cookies in the event that users are required to log in to the site, they do not have to do so more than once, thereby saving time while on our site. Passwords are not kept in cookies for the St. Lawrence website. Users may set cookie security levels to accept or reject cookies by configuring their browser software appropriately. We make every attempt to use session cookies which do not store any information on your computer. In addition, third parties may use cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies to collect or receive information from the University website and use that information to provide measurement services.

The University may occasionally collect information via the website for reasons including, but not limited to, registering for events, students applying for honors and awards, and surveys for collecting information. As part of such forms we may, with the user's permission, collect personal information. If such information is to be made available to other organizations or to be published, that fact will be made known to users prior to participation, and their permission will be explicitly requested. Users can decline to participate if there is concern about the use of the collected information.. Survey information will typically be released only in aggregate form, unless otherwise specified, and not in connection with any identified individual user.

If you have questions about this statement, or about how the University uses any information collected via its website, contact University Communications.