We may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our website. In addition to that, we may use your IP address to track generic demographic information which would help to serve Multnomah in ensuring that we are technologically sensitive to any/all visitors to our server.
We do not sell names or information to any outside party. Any name or address information you provide us with will be used to complete any requests you may wish us to process. We do not share this information with outside parties except to the extent necessary in completing the transaction. Examples include, verification of credit processes, postal delivery systems, etc.
For more information on Multnomah University’s specific website guidelines, please see our copyright & website policies.
When you visit a website, its server may generate a piece of text known as a “cookie” to place on your computer. These cookies allow websites to “remember” visitors’ preferences, surfing patterns, and behavior every time they visit.
If you do not wish to have cookies stored on your machine, you can opt out or disable cookies in your browser. You will still be able to use the Multnomah website, however, turning off cookies may affect how portions of the website functions. Disabling cookies may also affect the functionality of other websites you visit as well.
Multnomah.edu does not access or store the raw information collected through these cookies. We do view aggregate statistical analyses prepared by our third-party analytics provider, but these analyses do not include any personally identifiable information. We do not sell, rent, exchange, or otherwise disclose this information to persons or organizations.