Privacy Policy

Lexington Theological Seminary is committed to protecting your privacy. Any information we may gather about you is used by us only so that we can make our website easier to use and more relevant to you.

There are two types of information we collect. The first is general information regarding the pages on our website. We keep track of how many people visit certain pages so we can improve the site. The second is specific information you give us if you choose to request more information about us, to apply for any of our programs, or to register for any of our upcoming events. We use this information to fulfill your request and keep you informed about relevant information.

The Seminary uses a third-party host for its Alumni/ae web pages and for the collection of gifts and gift information. This information is used solely for the Seminary’s institutional advancement department. All financial information remains closed and confidential.

Lexington Theological Seminary does not knowingly collect any personal information from children under the age of 13 on our web site. We will not knowingly collect personal information from teens 13 through 17 without disclosing how the information will be used and notifying the teens that they should obtain their parents’ permission prior to submitting any personal information.

Lexington Theological Seminary does not sell, rent or release information gathered on our website to any individuals, companies or groups. Any information we gather is used exclusively for Lexington Theological Seminary’s own purposes as stated above.

You will only receive email communication from Lexington Theological Seminary if you register your email information with us (for example, when you update your information and choose to be included in future email communications). Any email you receive from us will contain information regarding opportunities that may be of interest to you. We will remove you from our email list upon written request.

Lexington Theological Seminary uses secure server software. Should you provide us with sensitive information for any reason (such as a credit card number), that information will be encrypted with industry standard SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology. Please note that email is not encrypted and is not considered a secure means of transmitting credit card numbers.

By using our website, you consent to the above uses of information. If any changes occur in this policy, we will post them here so you always have access to our current policy in regard to your privacy. Lexington Theological Seminary may not be affiliated with and cannot be held responsible for information that is provided by sites that link to Lexington Theological Seminary. The information and points of view on these sites are not those of Lexington Theological Seminary and do not reflect the opinions or position of Lexington Theological Seminary.