Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy 3/28/2016

AIU Extension is committed to protecting your privacy. We do not sell, rent, trade or otherwise distribute your e-mail address or personal contact information to any third party. Individuals who supply their e-mails, telephone numbers and/or addresses may receive e-mail, telephone, and/or mail contact from the university regarding academic programs, news, new products or services, upcoming events or promotions. For quality assurance purposes, telephone calls made to or from the university may be monitored for training purposes.

As you navigate through our web site, anonymous non-personal information may be collected about your visit such as time spent on the web site, pages visited, and other such information. AIU Extension uses this information to help improve and enhance its web site content and layout.

Opt Out

Individuals who no longer wish to receive e-mail communications form AIU Extension may opt out. To opt out of e-mail communications you may e-mail or write to AIU Extension. Be sure to provide the e-mail(s) you wish to no longer be contacted on. We update its Opt Out database every 30 days. We update our Opt Out email list and database every 10 days.
Via e-mail:
Via mail: AIU Extension
Attn: Opt Out List Manager
900 Fort Street – 40
Honolulu, HI 96813

Copyright Statement

©2015-2016 AIU Extension. All Rights Reserved. You are welcome to view the contents of this web site. However, all content, source code and graphics on this domain ( are protected by U.S. and international Copyright laws, international copyright treaties, as well as other intellectual property laws and treaties. All right, title and interest in the source code (including, but not limited to, any text, writing, graphics, HTML source code, page layout and design, and photographs) are created by and are owned by IU Extension unless explicitly noted. None of the content, design, data, software and underlying source code on this domain ( may be downloaded, reproduced, republished, posted, performed, distributed, transmitted, transferred, translated, sold or modified, without the express written permission of AIU Extension. AIU Extension will not hesitate to take legal action against anyone found in violation of this Copyright. Under U.S. Copyright Law, the author of a creative work automatically owns the copyright in that work upon its creation. No formal registration is required; ownership is immediate. Ownership of the copyright gives the owner exclusive rights in that work such as the right to display, reproduce, transmit, create derivative works from, publicly perform, distribute, and license the creative work. A copyright owner who has been the victim of copyright infringement is entitled to recover actual damages and profits from the infringe or statutory damages of up to $30,000 per violation.






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