Privacy Statement

Outside The Classroom, Inc. (the "Company") is dedicated to protecting your privacy concerning the collection, storage, access, and use of the personally identifiable information that the Company collects on its Web sites (the "Sites"). The following statement discloses the Company's information-gathering and dissemination practices.

By visiting any of the following Web sites, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Statement:

  1. The Outside The Classroom Web site at
  2. The AlcoholEdu® for College Web site or SexualAssaultEdu™ Web site at and
  3. The AlcoholEdu® for Parents Web site at
  4. The AlcoholEdu® for Sanctions Web site at
  5. The AlcoholEdu® for High School Web site at
  6. The AlcoholEdu® for Youth Sanctions Web site at
  7. Any sub-domain of
  8. The MentalHealthEdu™ Web site at
  9. The Alcohol Innerview™ Web site at

For information collected on our youth-targeted Web sites at and, please review the section titled, "Our Commitment to Children's Privacy."

Information Collection and Use

It is the Company's policy to respect the privacy of both users of its online education services and visitors to the Company's Web sites and portals.

These Sites may require certain information from users and visitors during the registration process, such as name, institution or organization name, and email address. In addition, the Company collects information when you navigate through the Sites and complete course sections, tests, and surveys, and enter contests.

Outside The Classroom collects two main types of information through its Web sites and online services:

  1. Standard Web server/visitor traffic information (commonly referred to as "aggregate information") regarding overall Web site traffic patterns. Normally, Web servers collect this type of basic information automatically as part of their Web log processes.

  2. Personal or "individually identifiable" information that you provide to us when participating in one of our online courses or to process information requests.

Aggregate Information

Like almost all Web sites, our Sites automatically track some general, but not personal information about where people go on our Sites. We may also maintain records of the movements of visitors anonymously. For example, we may see and record the fact that a visitor has moved from the home page to the survey page without explicitly disclosing the identity of that visitor. That tracking helps us improve the design and content of our Site to provide better information and service.

As with many Web sites, your IP number is visible to us when you visit our Sites. An IP address is a number automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are connected to the Internet. The Company will only use IP addresses when you sign up for the services or to help diagnose problems with our server.

Individually Identifiable

Corporate Web Site
In general, we ask visitors for personal data in order to respond to a visitor's requests for information. The Company may ask visitors to provide demographic or personal preference data. If visitors elect to provide such data, we may use it to analyze the characteristics of visitors to our Web site. We aggregate information on what pages visitors have accessed and other information volunteered by the visitor, such as survey or contact information.

For individuals who register and take our E-commerce online course through our Web site, the Company collects the following information: registration information, survey data, and test results. This information is used in the same manner as for our other online service users, as described in the following paragraphs. Note: Credit card information and payments for our E-commerce online course are collected and processed by a third-party site managed by Verisign. We do not collect or store any credit card information on our servers.

Online Services
The Company collects specific data for users of our services (at,,, and, including registration information, survey data, and test results, if applicable. The Company uses such information to customize the specific information to better meet users' needs and to provide technical support. The Company shares only the individuals' progress through the course and test results, if applicable, with the users' institution or organization.

Student users should be aware that no information will be provided to the user's institution or organization other than: 1) the fact the user completed the course(s); 2) the user's progress through the course; 3) the user's AlcoholEdu Exam score; 4) the user's email address; 5) the user's Student ID or other identifying tag (only at institutions requesting use of such identifiers); and 6) any additional aggregate or blinded data the user's institution or organization may request.

Parent users should be aware that no information will be provided to the institution or organization other than 1) the fact the user completed the course; 2) the user's progress through the course; 3) the user's email address; and 4) any additional aggregate or blinded data the institution or organization may request.

Campus faculty and staff users should be aware that no information will be provided to the user's institution or organization other than 1) the user's name; 2) the user's progress through the course; and 3) any additional aggregate or blinded data available to the institution. The Company may share aggregate, blinded information about the users with the institution.

Outside The Classroom's online administrative site, the AlcoholEdu Hub, provides password-protected access to each institution's or organization's AlcoholEdu account information, including administrator email addresses, course Login IDs, and account set-up information. In addition, the AlcoholEdu Hub provides administrators with the following information about their student users: 1) the fact the user completed the course; 2) the user's progress through the course; 3) the user's AlcoholEdu Exam score; 4) the user's email address; and 5) the user's Student ID or other identifying tag (only at institutions requesting use of such identifiers).

Outside The Classroom offers one Web site, Alcohol Innerview (, which allows a user to receive feedback on personal information that s/he responded to in the survey; these responses are not stored or shared with the institution. Additionally, if a user logs out in the middle of Alcohol Innerview, the responses will not be saved and the user's progress will not be stored.

Our Commitment To Children's Privacy
Outside The Classroom maintains two Web sites that may request information from children under 13 years old. Both sites are designed to provide alcohol prevention courses for high school populations. The site are located at: and

Protecting the privacy of the young is especially important. For that reason, we never collect or maintain information at our Web site from those we actually know are under 13. Written parental permission submitted to the institution's administrator is required for anyone under 13 who wishes to use any Company online courses.

The information collected by these two sites includes name (optional), birth month and year, username, password, survey data (only at, and test results. Parents and students should be aware that the only individual data shared with the user's institution or organization is the user's progress through the course and test results.

Survey/Test Data
From time to time, the Company may share with third parties, including the users' institution or organization, aggregate information about users of the service, such as how many of our users are men. Any survey or test data provided by users will be blinded before being provided to their institution or organization or any other third party. "Blinded" means that the Company will extract all personally identifiable information from the data, including names, student email addresses, Login IDs, etc.

The Company will never sell, barter, or trade any personal information obtained from you unless: 1) you provide us with your consent to do so or 2) the Company is required to disclose information to respond to a subpoena, court order, or other legal process.

Use of Cookies
Outside The Classroom uses cookies on its Sites to ensure the integrity of the registration process and to personalize the content. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your hard disk by a Web page server. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies are uniquely assigned to you, and can only be read by a Web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you. Only session cookies are used, which means that the cookie will only exist on your computer while you are on the Sites. If you log out or close your browser window, you will delete the cookie. No information is persisted.

You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. If you choose to decline cookies, you will not be able to access the Sites. In some cases, you may need to decrease the security or privacy settings of your browser to accept cookies.

Our Commitment to Data Security

To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

Your Consent

By using our Web site(s), you consent to the collection and use of the information described above in the manner so described. If you receive Company email messages and you would like to opt out of the service, you can contact us by email at

If we decide to change our privacy policy, we will post these changes on this page so that you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we disclose it.

Contact Information

If you have questions regarding this Privacy Statement or believe we have not adhered to its principles, please notify us by email

Other Links

Our sites may contain links to other Web sites. The Company is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.