St. Angela’s College, Sligo (the “College”) fully respects your right to privacy and takes every appropriate measure to secure the privacy of any information shared with the College. St Angela’s College is the Data Controller of your personal data unless otherwise stated. The College acknowledges that such processing of Personal Data and Special Categories of Personal Data must meet the requirements of applicable Irish and European data protection legislation. Data Protection is the safeguarding of the privacy rights of individuals in relation to the processing of Personal and Special Categories of Personal Data. The Act, the Irish Data Protection Bill 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 confer rights on individuals as well as responsibilities on persons and organisations processing personal data.
Purpose of Processing:
The College obtains, processes, collects, keeps, uses, discloses (where permissible by law), and retains Personal Data and Special Categories of Personal Data (both as defined in: https://gdpr-info.eu/art-4-gdpr/ ) regarding its staff, students, service users and other individuals who come in contact with or engage in business with the College. The purposes of processing Personal Data and Special Categories of Personal Data include but are not limited to the purposes set out in College Policies and Procedures available on the College website, fulfilling the College’s functions and obligations under relevant legislation, the provision of educational courses and support services, the organisation and administration of courses, undertaking of research activities, the recruitment and employment of staff, compliance with statutory obligations, reporting to Government bodies, the provision of commercial activities, the management of financial affairs, advertising and promoting the College, publishing College and alumni publications, and undertaking fundraising. The College also processes personal information through CCTV systems that monitor and collect visual images for the purposes of research, security and the prevention and detection of crime.
User Volunteered Information:
The College does not collect any personal information on this Web site without your permission. All information volunteered within online forms is treated as confidential in accordance with applicable Irish data protection legislation and with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016. Personal information requested by online forms shall be used for the purpose set out on the online form.
Automatically Obtained Information
Cookies are small text files placed on your browsing device and more information about cookies and how to manage or disable them can be found here: www.aboutcookies.org.
Cookies may be used to collect non-personal information about how visitors use our website.
If a cookie does not contain an expiration date it is referred to as a temporary session cookie. Temporary session cookies are stored in memory and never written to disk, when the browser closes the cookie is permanently lost from this point on. Temporary session cookies may be used in some areas to enable specific functionality.
If the cookie contains an expiration date, it is considered a persistent cookie. On the date specified in the expiration, the cookie will be removed from the disk. Persistent cookies may be used to remember your display preferences (e.g. preferred text size) the next time you visit. These cookies exist on your computer for 30 days after you have visited but they contain no private or sensitive data.
Some cookies present on our site are not related to the College such as those that may be present on pages with embedded content from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for example. The College does not have any control or influence on the operation of these third party cookies. You should check the websites concerned for more information in relation to their cookie policies.
Some browser header information is automatically stored by the system to generate website usage statistics. IP addresses are read by the website to identify users located on the St Angela’s College campus in order to offer them internal functionality. Any other technical information automatically obtained by the system is clearly visible when filling out online forms - e.g. the 'Browser and Operating System' information in the ' Report an Email Problem' form.
St Angela’s College does not use malware, spyware, or adware in any form or fashion.
For the majority of the activities set out in this statement the relevant statues give the College legal authority to process your personal data where this is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the College as Data Controller. The College also has the authority to carry out the above activities if these are required to complete the performance of a contract with you. If you use optional free services, the legal basis is your consent which you can opt into these and withdraw your consent to them.
St Angela’s College uses every appropriate physical and technical security measure to prevent unauthorised access, alteration or destruction of data. These measures are reviewed regularly.
St. Angela's College, Sligo will not disclose any personal information obtained from its Web site to any third party unless it is in accordance with College Policy and applicable law.
Any queries regarding privacy and this Website can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
You have a right to access your personal information, to object to the processing of your personal information, to rectify, to erase, to restrict and to port your personal information. For further information please visit:
Any requests or objections should be made in writing to the College Data Protection Officer:
The Data Protection Officer,
St Angela’s College,
Lough Gill, Sligo
How to Make a Complaint:
If you are unhappy with the way in which your personal data has been processed, you may in the first instance contact the College Data Protection Officer using the contact details above.
If you remain dissatisfied, then you have the right to apply directly to the Data Protection Commissioner for a decision. She can be contacted at:
Data Protection Commissioner
Telephone: +353 (0)57 8684800 or +353 (0)76 104800
Lo-Call: 1890 252 231
Fax: +353 (0)57 868 4757