The Wesley Peachtree Institute

To Increase the Strength and Resilience of Minority-Serving Institutions

WPI Website: Privacy Policy

The Policy Details: Last updated March 25, 2021

Thank you for your interest in the Wesley Peachtree Institute. This website is open to the public but its use is subject to your agreement with both our terms of use and our privacy policy. Use of this website indicates your agreement. If you do not agree with the conditions and terms or any part of the conditions and terms, do not visit the website.

General Policy

We respect your right to privacy. Currently, the only data we deliberately collect is whether or not you agree to this privacy policy*. Your preference is stored on your device in text file called a cookie. It expires in a year. At that time you will be asked to agree to the policy again. If you delete that file or disable cookies, you may be asked to reaffirm your agreement each time you visit the site.

*We do not collect data or track visitors. However, some data routinely collected by servers to enable you to view websites include your IP address. That is required so the server will know where to send the page text and elements. This is not what is generally meant by data collection. This is how the internet works and is not peculiar to our website. We only include it here for the record because, your IP address can be used to infer your location.

Contact Form

Although we do not collect data, we do have access to any data you voluntarily submit to us through the contact form. We ask that you refrain from submitting personal information through the contact form. Any information submitted via the contact form will be used solely for the purpose for the purpose for which it was provided. We do not sell personally identifiable information with third-parties. Additionally, we do not share personally identifiable information with third parties unless required by law.

Disclosures for: Other Sites of Interest

Although we do not routinely collect data, we may link to sites that do collect data. When you click on a link to one of those sites, you leave website. Upon doing so, safeguarding your data becomes the responsibility of the site you are visiting. Information regarding those sites is provided below.

Facebook & LinkedIn (Social Media)

We have a Facebook page and a LinkedIn page. However, because we do not collect any data when you visit, there is nothing to share with them. While you are on the Facebook platform, including our page on the Facebook website, your visit is governed by the Facebook Privacy Policy.

LinkedIn (Social Media)

When you visit out page on the LinkedIn platform, your visit is governed by Microsoft's Privacy Policy for LinkedIn (LinkedIn Privacy Policy).

Twitter (Social Media)

When you visit out page on the Twitter platform, your visit is governed by Twitter's Privacy Policy.

Vimeo (Video Hosting)

To view videos hosted by Vimeo, you will have to agree to Vimeo's privacy policy. You may opt out here. WPI does not have any videos hosted on the Vimeo platform at this time.

YouTube (Video Hosting)

To view videos hosted by YouTube, you will have to agree to YouTube's privacy policy. You may opt out here. At the current time WPI does not have any videos hosted by YouTube.

Google Analytics (Website Traffic Analysis)

The Wesley Peachtree Institute does not employ Google Analytics directly. However, some the companies we employ may use Google Analytics. These include: Benchmark Email of our MailChimp and PayPal. Although a court may rule otherwise, the manner in which Google has written its privacy policy places the onus for protecting your information on their clients—in this case, PayPal, MailChimp, and Benchmark. We do not collect any information for or direct any information to Google at this time, so you can turn this off or leave it on.

Department of Education (Training Videos)

We may link to training videos hosted on the Department of Education's Information for Financial Aid Professionals website. Any such link would take you away from the institute's website. Some information is available there to the public at large and some requires a login. In either case your activities would be governed by the Department's privacy policy.