Information collection and use
The University may collect information about how users access and use its websites, networks and related resources. The information collected on this site or from use of University systems may include the computer address used, the internet domain, the website the user came from or goes to, measurements of use, types of content used and other details. This data is used for website and network management, to improve website content, improve user experience (including directing users to specific types of content) and for security purposes. Cookies and similar technology may be used to facilitate the navigation of this site.
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Policies governing use of this site
The University’s policies enable it to function efficiently and appropriately. By using this website, University network or related resources (University systems), you agree to abide by any applicable University Policies.
Other UNC-Chapel Hill websites
Though the general statement above applies to most University sites, other sites within the tea4us.com domain (signified by a different term such as “privacy.tea4us.com” or “directory.tea4us.com”) may have different privacy practices. If applicable, consult the privacy statement on each page or use the contact information available for that unit to get more information.
Pages on other UNC-Chapel Hill websites may directly request information from you for specific purposes. That information will be used in the intended manner. If you have questions about how it will be used, please contact the page owner before submitting information.
Legal and regulatory obligations
Please be aware that the University has various legal and regulatory obligations to disclose many types of information, as well as operational reasons for doing so. Unless specifically protected (e.g., FERPA-protected student information, HIPAA-protected health information), the University may disclose information obtained through your use of University systems for University business purposes in accordance with governing law.
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For more information or to report any misconduct or abuse of this website, please see our contacts or call (919) 962-HELP (4357).