Privacy and Security
Bradley University is strongly committed to maintaining the security of your information. The University monitors threats to our computer networks and routinely updates anti-virus software on all systems commonly attacked by identity thieves. When you work with us, you are assured that online registration is done on a secure network.
Continuing Education does not sell, trade, or provide personal information to marketing companies, information brokers, or any other organizations or individuals outside of Bradley University. We use it to provide you the information you requested and to solicit your feedback about the quality of our work.
Privacy Commitment for Assessment Data
The personal and organizational information we collect is used to improve the quality of leadership and to provide essential feedback to participants. The Center for Professional Excellence is guided by the American Psychological Association's code of ethics regarding the use of an individual's personal data for research; this code is particularly concerned with protecting the rights of the person.
- Assessment data collected about or from an individual as part of a leadership development activity are shared with and explained to that person.
- Information we collect about or from an individual is considered confidential. Individuals receive feedback on assessments only from qualified feedback coaches.