Accessibility & Privacy
Emory & Henry College affirms the dignity and worth of every individual.
Emory & Henry College is committed to ensuring that we are an accessible place for all people. This involves an equal opportunity to participate in the College’s programs, benefits, and services, including those delivered through electronic and information technology.
We are dedicated to continuously improving the physical, informational, and digital surroundings on campus.
Emory & Henry College is committed to ensuring accessibility of its website and follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to provide a technical standard for building accessible technology. Currently, we have several features implemented to provide checks to identify possible accessibility errors as well as enforcing standards. This includes the use of a content management system (CMS) which enforces the standard design template for web pages, alternative text detail for images, captioned videos and skip to content. We are committed and continuously make sure these standards are being upheld
Disability Support Services
Emory & Henry College is committed to working with students with all types of disabilities. The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) is dedicated to ensuring equal access to programs, services, and all aspects of the college experience. Located in the Powell Resource Center, they provide services to students with documented disabilities.
You can meet with The Office of Disability Support Services to discuss a range of options for equal access, including accommodations.
Information we collect
We collect various types of information from our website visitors so we can adjust our websites to meet our users’ needs and expectations. Some of this information is collected automatically and other information is provided by site users.
Information collected automatically
We collect limited, non-personal identifying information your browser makes available when visiting websites. This information—which helps us assess the effectiveness of our websites—includes:
- Your Internet Protocol address (I.P. address)
- The Browser type (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.)
- Your computer’s operating system (Windows, Macintosh, etc.)
- Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) (I.E.: AOL, Earthlink, etc.)
- URLs of the websites you come to our websites from
- The pages on our website that you visit
- Your country, territory, or region
Information you provide us
You provide information to Emory & Henry College when you fill out online forms on our websites or use a login-required service. Depending on the type of the service, we use your information in different ways as outlined below.
Inquiry and application forms
Your contact information is used to contact you by phone and/or email in order to provide you with relevant information about the college.
Purchasing merchandise or donating to the college
Your contact information is used to send merchandise to you, and to contact you if necessary.
Your financial information is used for billing.
Login sites and services
Various websites and web services of Emory & Henry College require users to log in to gain access to information and tools reserved for students, faculty, and staff.
Creation of a login account requires you to provide your student or faculty/staff email, along with the account password you created for your email account.
Our security measures
Our college websites have security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information under our control.
Emory & Henry College does not sell, rent, or share your personal information with any outside organizations. Emory & Henry College will abide by all applicable laws governing the release of personal information.
Collective information about site users—but never individuals’ information—is used in marketing, advertising and other relationships with third parties.
How we use this information
Emory & Henry College uses information collected automatically to better understand the needs of website visitors so that we may improve our websites and services.