Privacy Policy

You can download the PDF version of our privacy policy by clicking HERE. The Family Rights and Educational Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. FERPA states that institutions must have written permission from the student in order to release any information from a student’s educational record. FERPA gives the students the following rights regarding educational records: FERPA POLICY

  • The right to access educational records kept by the school
  • The right to demand educational records be disclosed only with student consent
  • The right to amend educational records
  • The right to file complaints against the school for disclosing records in violation of FERPA.

Under FERPA, schools may disclose directory information in the student’s educational record without the student’s consent. Directory information includes: name, address, phone number, email address, dates of attendance, diploma awarded, and enrollment status. Student can exercise the option to restrict the release of directly information by submitting a formal request to the school to limit disclosure. Non-directory information cannot be released to anyone but the student without prior written consent of the student. Non-directory information may include: social securitynumbers, student identification number, race, ethnicity and/or nationality, gender, and transcripts/grade reports. The rights under FERPA transfer from parent to student when the student reaches 18 years of age or enters a post-secondary institution. This means, that if a student is 18 years or older we cannot release educational records to anyone but the student unless we are provided with signed permission granting a specified person rights to access a student’s records. We cannot release information to parents, spouses, siblings, or friends; however, if a parent has claimed a student as a dependent in the previous income tax year, the parent may have access to the student’s educational record. We must have proof before any records will be released. In order to comply with FERPA, we require that all requests for student information, including transcripts, be made in writing. The written permission should include the date of the request, which educational records should be disclosed, whom the records are to be released to, and the signature of the student whose record is to be disclosed. For more information regarding students’ rights under FERPA, please visit the Website

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Privacy of Information

American School of Corr is committed to protecting your privacy. We have established this Privacy Policy and are providing it to you so that you can understand the manner in which we collect and use your information and the efforts we use to protect it. Please note that this policy is for American School of Corr's Web site only and does not apply to other 3rd party web sites linked to from our web site. Please check the privacy policies on those web sites for more information.

Personal Information Collected – American School of Corr recognizes the need for consumers to control the use and management of personal information. By personal information we mean information that can be used to identify or contact an individual. This may include, but is not limited to, a first and last name, a physical address, an email address, a student id number, or a phone number. If you are visiting our site to browse or find information about American School of Corr’s products or services, you do not need to provide any personal information. If you decide to make a purchase, however, we may collect this information so that we can provide you with the product or service you requested.

Automatic Information Collected – Our website makes use of various technologies to collect information about types and versions of internet browsers used when accessing our web site. This information, and information about internet IP addresses, as well as date and time web pages are visited are stored in various security and traffic logs. Our service provider reviews these logs, using statistical analysis, in an effort to track and predict traffic patterns and estimate resource needs. Unless we are tracking down a technical problem or we suspect either fraudulent behavior or illegal conduct we do not trace specific user sessions.

Personal Information Use – American School of Corr uses personal information provided by you so that we can service your account. Also note that we may need to transfer that information to our agents or employees of our service providers. We will not sell or trade your information to unrelated third parties. When you submit an order you will receive an email confirmation from our system. As your order status changes you may also receive notifications via email. These notifications are considered part of our service and may not be disabled. We may also periodically send you email notifications concerning products or services. Any such notification will include instructions for opting out of future mailings.

Third Parties – We may partner with other third parties to provide various products and services. When you sign up for these services or products we will share required personal information that is necessary for the third party to provide the product or service to you. We take reasonable steps to ensure that these third parties are obligated to protect your information on our behalf. It is also against our policy to sell or trade information collected online without consumer consent. We may, however, release personal information if we are legally required to do so. If we are legally compelled to release information to a third party, American School of Corr,  may or may not notify you of this release. Notification will be at the discretion of American School of Corr and will be based on the nature and conditions surrounding the release of information.