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GDPR

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St Catherine’s College is committed to protecting the privacy and security of personal data.

St Catherine’s College has published separate privacy notices which are applicable to the various groups of people the College interacts with and its activities which involve the processing of personal data. Whilst one privacy notice may be of primary relevance to you, it is important that you read that notice together with other applicable privacy notices.

Privacy Notices

You can navigate the Privacy Notices by clicking on the following titles:

  1. Applicants and Prospective Students
  2. Current Students
  3. Applicants for Office or Employment
  4. Current Office Holders or Employees
  5. Attendees, Organisers and others Involved in Conferences or Events
  6. Alumni, Donors, Parents, and Supporters
  7. Suppliers/Contractors having an financial, administrative or accounting connection with the College
  8. Staff, students and visitors covered by CCTV and other security processes
  9. Users of College IT Systems, Email, Telephones and Mobile Devices
  10. Archives
  11. Website Users

Registers of Processing Activity (ROPA)

You can navigate the Registers of Processing Activity by clicking on the following titles:

  1. Applicants and Prospective Students
  2. Current Students
  3. Applicants for Office or Employment
  4. Current Office Holders or Employees
  5. Attendees, Organisers and others Involved in Conferences or Events
  6. Alumni, Donors, Parents, and Supporters
  7. Suppliers/Contractors having an financial, administrative or accounting connection with the College
  8. Staff, students and visitors covered by CCTV and other security processes
  9. Users of College IT Systems, Email, Telephones and Mobile Devices
  10. Archives

Retention Schedule and Key

Retention Schedule

Third Party Data Sharing Register

Data Sharing Table

Other GDPR Related Documents

Cookie Policy

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This website uses “cookies” in order to provide certain interactive services. If you do not wish to accept cookies, please see the section below on disabling cookies in your browser.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent from a website to your computer where they are stored by your web browser. Every time you go back to the same website, the browser retrieves this file and sends the information in it to the website server. Cookies are not programmes, and they do not carry viruses. While you can delete cookies from your computer and disable the saving of cookies by your web browser, doing so may prevent you from using some features of certain websites. Cookies can be created not just by the website you are browsing, but also by other websites that run advertisements, widgets or other elements on the page being loaded. These cookies regulate how advertisements appear or how the widgets and other elements function on the page. Without cookies you would not be able, for example, to use an online shopping cart or preserve your user preferences.

Cookies used by this site

A Session ID, which is used to enable administrators of the website to log in. This cookie does not contain any personal information which could identify the user, and is therefore minimally intrusive. It is used solely to enable site administrators to log in to the site, but is not required by ordinary users.

A cookie called has_js which records whether or not JavaScript is enabled in your browser. This information is used when you visit a web page which uses JavaScript to perform a function such as playing a video. This cookie is valid only for the current browsing session. Because the only information it stores is in the form of a 1 or a 0, indicating whether JavaScript is enabled, it is therefore minimally intrusive.

How to disable cookies in your web browser

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can change the settings in your browser so that it notifies you when cookies are sent to it, or you can refuse cookies altogether. You can also delete cookies that have already been set. To learn how to restrict or block web browser cookies which are set on your computer, see the Help function within your browser. Alternatively, you may wish to visit the AboutCookies.org website, which contains helpful information on how to do this for a wide variety of browsers.

Terms & Conditions

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St Catherine’s seeks to ensure that all information included on its website is accurate and up-to-date. However, it accepts no liability arising from any inaccuracies or omissions, and no liability for any loss or damage connected in any way with the information it contains. It is also not responsible for the content of any external sites to which its website links. Any questions or comments about the St Catherine’s website should be directed to development.office@stcatz.ox.ac.uk.

Image Credits

Black and white line drawings by Arne Jacobsen.

David Tolley (Fellows profiles; tutorial pair; MCR interior). Contact 07958 717708.

Guy Bell (Development team profiles). Contact www.gbphotos.com

John Cairns. Contact www.johncairns.co.uk

Your Data

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St Catherine’s College, Oxford, is committed to treating your data with the utmost care and sensitivity.

Information on the College’s Alumni & Development Office database is held under the provision of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and will be used only for promoting closer links between St Catherine’s and its alumni and other associates, for sending event details and publications, and for merchandising and fundraising purposes. We may contact you by email, post or phone.

Details may be made available to the University of Oxford. The data will not be passed without your permission to external organisations or individuals other than those acting in a capacity as agents for the University and its Participants. The University does not sell any data to third party organisations.

We take the security of your personal data very seriously and impose strict security measures in accordance with the DPA.

If you have any queries about the use of your personal data at St Catz, please contact the Development Office.

General queries about the Data Protection Act 1998 may be addressed to the University’s Data Protection Officer.