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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

All EU Data is needed for the planning and organization of your academic and extracurricular programs through the University, and to provide related services to you.

Boise State may also use this data to comply with its legal obligations. Data records will be maintained consistent with Boise State University Policy 1020 – University Records, Archives, and Publications, or for the duration of your relationship with Boise State. Data records will be accessed by those who have a legitimate Boise State-related business need to access them.

All EU Data you have provided to the University as well as to any entity from which EU Data are collected, and all the EU Data provided in order to facilitate the planning and organization of the University’s Study Abroad Program that you are attending, will be processed exclusively for the University’s institutional purposes related to your Study Abroad Program. These purposes include but are not limited to the fulfillment of obligations established by applicable laws and regulations, including the EU GDPR, and the execution of contractual obligations regarding your enrollment at the University and/or your participation in Study Abroad Programs.

Submission and processing of EU Data is necessary to achieve the purposes described above.

Without the EU Data, the University would be unable to manage and administer the student programs necessary to accomplish its contractual obligations, as well as the obligations imposed by applicable laws and regulations.

All EU Data, including sensitive data, will be collected and processed in compliance with the provisions of the EU GDPR and by adopting the appropriate data protection measures and securing strictly monitored access.

Data processing will take place, according to the aforementioned criteria, only within those University offices and by those persons that are responsible for the activities involved.

EU Data may be communicated to public or private subjects if necessary to fulfill obligations imposed by applicable laws and regulations.

For additional information, to request access to or a copy of your personal data, or to request certain data be removed or corrected, you may contact Corrine Henke, Senior Director, Global Learning (208) 426-2630 or

If your data protection related questions or concerns are not addressed after contacting Global Learning you may also contact Boise State’s Office of Institutional Compliance and Ethics at (208) 426-1258 or You also have the right to lodge a complaint with your supervisory authority in the EU.