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Privacy Policy

Personal Information

Scholarships.edcoe.org provides access to certain information and services to all users, and provides access to additional information and services to paying users (i.e., subscribers). Scholarships.edcoe.org collects personal information from non-paying users on a voluntary basis. We do not sell our users' personal information to anyone for any reason if the user has indicated a desire for us to keep the information private.

Cookies

At Scholarships.edcoe.org, we use cookies only for the protection and convenience of our users. Cookies enable us to serve secure pages to our users without asking them to sign in repeatedly. If a user's system is idle for more than an hour, however, the cookie will expire, forcing the user to sign in again to continue their session. This prevents unauthorized access to the user's information and Scholarships.edcoe.org while they are away from their computer.

Important Tips

  • Never give out your social security number to a prospective Information Provider.
  • Never provide credit card or bank numbers or monetary transaction of any sort.
  • Be cautious when dealing with contacts outside of your own country.
  • Do not provide any non-related personal information (i.e. social security number, eye color, marital status etc.) over the phone or online.

Other Privacy Features

You never need to provide data to search for scholarship or other information on Scholarships.edcoe.org. Logging into Scholarships.edcoe.org is always an optional task for you to take, (although logging in does give you access to smarter scholarship information search tools).

Scholarships.edcoe.org will not knowingly collect any personal information from or allow the registration of students under the age of 13. Parents should monitor and be involved with their child’s Internet usage to prevent them from disclosing personal information or from accessing inappropriate sites.

If you see a questionable scholarship posting or site activity, please report the suspected fraud to us.

If you think you have been a victim of fraud, immediately report the committed fraud to your local police and contact us so steps can be taken for your safety.