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This policy regarding use and release of donor and alumni information is issued by the Office of the Vice President for Development (OVPD) and is applicable to all campuses and facilities of the University of Michigan. It is intended to allow development personnel and alumni relations' personnel to use information about our alumni and donors while insuring that their privacy is protected to the fullest extent permitted by law. The information must not be given, sold, traded, exchanged, etc., to people or institutions not affiliated with the University of Michigan.
A. GENERAL STATEMENT.
Alumni information will not be released except as permitted under this policy or as required by law.
B. DEFINITION OF ALUMNI INFORMATION.
Alumni information is defined as the name, any addresses, telephone numbers or any other information pertaining to an alumnus of the University of Michigan, which is gathered after the individual is no longer enrolled as a student.
C. ACCESS AND USE OF ALUMNI INFORMATION.
Only University employees who have a need to know in order to perform an authorized University function or activity may access alumni information. Alumni information shall be used for alumni relations purposes and development purposes in accordance with all applicable policies.
Units may release information to volunteers they designate to use information for such purposes as peer screening, planning reunions, assisting alumni clubs, and the like.
Each unit is responsible for ensuring that its designated volunteers use and distribute the information in the appropriate manner for its authorized function or activity and that the volunteers understand their responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of the information pursuant to these guidelines.
D. RELEASE OF ALUMNI INFORMATION BY OVPD/ARO WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION OF ALUMNI. The Office of Vice President for Development/Alumni Records Office ("OVPD/ARO") will perform the following functions with respect to requests for alumni information without prior permission of the alumni:
1. Forward Requests. Forward requests from an alumnus or alumna seeking the address of other alumni .
2. Associated Organizations. Alumni information may be released to organizations associated with the University, but not under Regental control, only if the organization certifies in writing that:
a. It will use the information only in an activity that will directly serve a function of the University. For student related organizations, the Vice President for Student Affairs or his or her designee must certify that the use of the requested alumni information will serve a University function. The OVPD/ARO will have the final authority to determine if an activity will directly serve a function of the University.
b. It will not use the information for any other purpose.
c. It shall not release or disclose the information to any third party. It shall not release the information to a person affiliated with the organization unless that person has a need to know and that person agrees to maintain the confidentiality of the information pursuant to these guidelines.
d. The organization agrees to return or destroy all copies and/or versions of the alumni information in whatever form received or maintained once the activity is completed.
3. Alumni Directories. OVPD/ARO shall provide alumni information to University of Michigan schools, colleges and units wishing to publish an alumni directory pursuant to the Guidelines for Alumni Directories.
E. RELEASE OF ALUMNI INFORMATION WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF ALUMNI.|
Alumni information may be released in the following circumstances only with the prior written permission of individual alumni:
Shared Alumni. OVPD/ARO will release alumni addresses and telephone numbers to other institutions of higher education on shared alumni when the alumnus or alumna whose information is being requested have given written permission to release such information.
Other Alumni. Alumni information may be released to alumni when the alumnus or alumna whose information is being requested has given written permission to release such information.
Recruiting Firms. Requests from management recruiting firms will be forwarded to the appropriate unit placement office for service as authorized by its alumni clients.
F. RELEASE OF ALUMNI INFORMATION UNDER OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES.
Alumni information may be released under the following circumstances.
Law Enforcement Agencies. Requests from law enforcement agencies for alumni information should be directed to the Department of Public Safety.
Subpoena Or Court Order. Alumni information will be released pursuant to court order or lawfully issued subpoena. Questions regarding court orders and subpoenas should be directed to the Office of the General Counsel.
All Other Requests. All other requests for alumni information from persons or entities should be directed to the Freedom of Information Office for handling.
Failure to comply with this policy may result in denial of future access to donor and alumni information and other disciplinary action up to and including termination.
Questions? Contact the Alumni Records Office of the University of Michigan:
734-647-6190 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time, Monday-Friday
or email us at: dev.ARO@umich.edu