The Student Services Department is here to provide guidance and assistance. All students are assigned a personal Enrollment Specialist who will assist them throughout their career at American College of Education from application through graduation and degree conferral. You can count on Student Services and your Enrollment Specialist to be here for you when you have questions or need help.
Prospective students who submit their contact information will be contacted by phone and/or email by a member of the ACE Student Services team who will help you assess your needs and determine which academic program is the right fit for you. Your information will never be used for any other purpose, and ACE will never share or sell your contact information.
American College of Education is committed to ensuring the privacy and accuracy of your confidential information. ACE does not actively share personal information gathered from its Web servers. However, while ACE does not actively share information, in some cases ACE may be compelled by law to release information gathered from its Web servers.
As part of its commitment to maintain the privacy of its Web users, ACE has developed this privacy statement. The statement has two purposes:
ACE also complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which prohibits the release of education records without student permission.
This policy is effective specifically for the features or data centers of the ACE website and represents the minimum requirements that must be in place. Individuals or individual areas that have computers and networks may have additional controls and security, but they are in addition to this policy.
The ACE website www.ace.edu may contain links to hundreds of external websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of external websites.
ACE web servers may generate temporary logs that may contain the following information:
The data are used in aggregate by custodians of information technology to tune the website for its efficiency and are not ordinarily associated with specific individuals. Raw data from the Web server logs are only shared with the custodian of each website. Summary reports produced from the logs help publishers determine what browsers and pages are most popular.
Some pages within the www.ACE.edu domain may contain content that is served from external third parties. Please be aware that when you visit pages that contain third-party content, information such as your IP address, date, browser, and requested page are transmitted from your computer to that third party. ACE is not responsible for the privacy practices of these external third parties.
Although no computer system is 100% secure, ACE has deployed extensive security measures to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of the information under our control. These security measures and our systems are routinely audited and updated by ACE security specialists.
Sites within ACE may enable you to pay for products or services online with a credit card. Although ACE makes every effort to ensure that the third parties providing these transactions are encrypted, ACE is not responsible for the privacy practices of these external third parties.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), described as the most dramatic change to copyright law in a generation, was the 105th Congress’s effort to update copyright law for the digital environment. Please be aware that under the DMCA, ACE reserves the right to terminate computing services of users who repeatedly infringe upon the rights of copyright owners.
If you have questions about this privacy statement or notice of infringement, etc., please contact American College of Education, Inc. in writing.
Attn: Office of Regulatory Affairs and Compliance
American College of Education
101 West Ohio Street, Suite 1200
Indianapolis, IN 46204