Welcome to UASU Perks!
What we collect
Logging in to access the system provides us with personally identifying information. This information includes your name, email address, and ccid.
We collect what you put into the application and the interactions you have with the system. This information includes, but is not limited to, answers to surveys and quizzes, geotagged event attendance, external module completion, team interactions, shop purchases, and associated metadata.
Use of the application generates metadata. This information includes Internet Protocol addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider, referring and exit pages, operating system, device specifications, date and time stamp, and clickstream data.
What we do with the information
Your personally identifiable information is used for authentication and account management. If you choose to use the optional referral system, your name and email address will be sent along to those you refer. If you choose to use the optional teams system your name will be visible to other team members as well as the leaderboards.
All information collected through use of the system will be depersonalized before being viewed by anyone not directly responsible for running UASU Perks. Information collected from activities clearly marked as third party or sponsored may be shared with those third parties, but your personal identifying information never will be. Aggregate reports generated from the collected information may be released publicly.
The metadata will be used for analytics, system monitoring, and system debugging.
Things you should know
We will comply with legal court orders to release private information.
The system is monitored for unauthorized access or use. Personally identifiable user information may be tied to metadata during the course of an investigation.
We use third party tools such as Google Analytics. No personally identifiable user information will be stored by these third parties.
UASU Perks is one part of the online services provided by the UASU under a common user and engagement system. Information may be shared between services within this system.