St Barnabas’ Theological College respects the privacy of individuals. Some of the information that you may have provided to, or may be asked to provide, to the College is ‘personal information’. As a general rule, personal information is not released by the College to other organisations, except in response to legal requirements such as a subpoena, and information regarding an individual will not be disclosed to a third party without the individual’s consent, except where the third party is directly acting as our agent.
Information on students enrolled in CSU degrees is held on the CSU student database. See their website for information on their privacy statement.
Information is normally collected for the purposes of processing your application, registration or inquiry for a course, activity or interest group. Information that we collect will be used for keeping you informed of upcoming events, improving the student experience and assisting us in improving and marketing our services to you.
St Barnabas’ Theological College generally collects information through forms, direct marketing, Internet registration or contracts with external education and training providers. The provision of this personal information is voluntary but if information is not provided, the College may be unable to process your details for the purpose for which they were intended.
In future, the College’s web site may have chat rooms, forums, on-line teaching environments, message boards and or/news groups available to their users. Please remember that any information that is disclosed in these areas becomes public information and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal information.
Any personal information on you that we collect is held with the strictest confidence. Information is stored securely and access is restricted to authorised personnel only, ensuring that your personal information is protected and safeguarded.
Information is used only for the purpose stipulated at the time that the information is collected.
You have a right of access to, and alteration of personal information concerning yourself held by us, in accordance with Government Legislation.