Privacy Protection for Consumers
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Act mandates extensive privacy protections for consumers. Colleges and universities are considered financial institutions regulated through this law. Because they are also regulated by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), our privacy provisions meet the requirements of the GLB Act. However, colleges and universities are subject to provisions related to administrative, technical and physical safeguarding of customer information. Regulations carrying out this act are in effect as of May 23, 2003.
Privacy Protection for Your Health
Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Pacific Lutheran University must take steps to protect the privacy of its students, faculty and staff health information. PLU has since formed a committee to ensure full implementation of HIPAA compliance regulations, protecting our employee and student information.
Campus Conduct Hotline
PLU has made a hotline available for anonymously disclosing evidence of unlawful or unethical practices. Use this hotline, to report unsafe or unethical behavior. It is recommended that you first file a report with the University Dispute Resolution Committee (UDRC). Click here for more information about the UDRC. Please remember to report such practices within 90 days of the misconduct.
The campus conduct hotline is available to call toll-free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Information disclosed on this hotline is anonymous, as the number is designed to protect employees from workplace retaliation.
Please click here to read PLU's Policy on Disclosure of Financial Misconduct.
Please click here to read PLU's Policy on EO, AA, ADA & Sexual Harassment.
Please click here to read PLU's Student Code of Conduct.