The 俶腦惘app Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office recognizes the importance of safeguarding the privacy of individual personal information. We collect and retain personal information from individuals using our website, and personal information (i.e., student data) from other sources that is provided to us as authorized by applicable law.

This Statement describes the Chancellor’s Office information management and privacy practices as required by the Information Practices Act (Civil Code Section 1798 et seq.), Government Code Sections 11015.5 and 11019.9, and other applicable laws. Consistent with the Information Practices Act, the Chancellor’s Office broadly defines “personal information” as any information that identifies, relates to, describes, or is capable of being associated with a particular individual.

We follow the principles listed below when we collect, retain, and disclose individual personal information, including electronically collected personal information.

  • Limit data collection and uses of personal information to what is relevant and necessary to accomplish a lawful purpose of the Chancellor’s Office.
  • At the time of collection, we disclose to individuals who provide personal information about the specific uses for which we will use that information. We provide a privacy notice on or with the form used to collect personal information.
  • Personal information will not be disclosed, made available, or otherwise use for purposes other than those specified in this policy, unless with the consent of the subject of the information, or as authorized by law.
  • Allow individuals to review personal information and correct its accuracy or completeness.
  • Develop polices to protect and safeguard personal information collected and retained by us or our agents, including policies that protect against the loss or destruction and unauthorized access or disclosure of personal data. We use encryption software to protect the security of an individual’s personal information during transmission of such information through the Chancellor’s Office information 俶腦惘apps and websites.
  • Maintain clear responsibilities for the protection of personal information, including those of a Privacy Coordinator responsible for overseeing the Chancellor’s Office privacy program.
  • Collect the following electronic personal information: users’ IP address, browser type, domain names, access times and referring websites addresses.
  • Use electronically collected personal information on our website as follows:
    • Use Google Analytics to help understand how individuals interact with the website. Individuals can choose not to have their data used by Google Analytics by downloading an .
    • Use temporary session cookies on our website that disappear after individuals close their browser. When visiting our website, a small piece of information called a cookie is sent to the browser and used for analytics to improve our website experience. Individuals can manage how cookies are set and used on their browser, and to clear cookies and browsing data.
    • Use tracking methods that may grant access and use of analytics to our partners as allowed by law.
  • We will not distribute or sell any electronically collected personal information about individuals to any third party without the user’s written consent.
  • Electronically collected personal information is exempt from requests made under the Public Records Act.
  • Inform individuals of their right to have any electronically collected personal information deleted, without reuse or distribution. Please see “Contact Us” below to request deletion.

Contact us

To request access to your records, report any inaccuracies, provide comments, request deletions, or file complaints related to privacy or personal information access requests, please contact the Chancellor’s Office Privacy Program Coordinator at 1102 Q St 6th Floor Sacramento, CA 95811, or email us at

Last Reviewed: January 1, 2024