FCIC Data Privacy
Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception, Baybay, Leyte Incorporated is the data controller of the personal information you provide to us. This means the school determines the purposes for which, and the way, any personal data relating to students and their families are to be processed. Contact the Data Protection Officer at email@example.com.
In some cases, your data will be outsourced to a third-party processor; however, this will only be done with your consent, unless the law requires the school to share your data (The Institution is required to share some data of the students with DepEd or CHED). Where the school outsources data to a third-party processor, the same data protection standards that FCIC upholds are imposed on the processor. Address: Andres Bonifacio St, Zone 1, Baybay City, 6521 Leyte, Philippines.
Data Collection (which data is collected)
Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception, Baybay, Leyte Incorporated collects, holds, and shares personal data of the students and their families such as:
- Personal information
- Attendance information
- Assessment information
- Relevant medical information
While most of the personal data you provide to the school is mandatory, some are provided on a voluntary basis. When collecting data, the school will inform you whether you are required to provide this data, or your consent is needed. Where consent is required, the school will provide you with specific and explicit information about the reasons the data is being collected and how the data will be used.
Data Purpose (Why do we collect and use your information?)
Franciscan College of the Immaculate Conception, Baybay, Leyte Incorporated holds the legal right to collect and use personal data relating to students and their families and may also receive information regarding them from their previous school. FCIC collects and uses personal data to meet the legal requirements and legitimate interests set out in the Data Privacy Act of 2012.
In accordance with the law, the personal data of the students and their families are collected and used for the following reasons:
- To support the students in their learning process
- To monitor and generate reports regarding the academic progress of the students
- To provide an appropriate approach and pastoral care for the students
- To assess the quality of our service
- To comply with the law regarding data sharing
- To assess the medical condition of the students
Data Retention (How long is your data stored for?)
- Mass electronic data are stored on servers inside the data center of the school.
- Non-Electronic data are stored in filing cabinets with locks in respective offices.
In accordance with the law, the school does not store personal data indefinitely; data is only stored for as long as necessary to complete the task for which it was originally collected.
Rights of the Data Subjects
Parents and students have the following rights in relation to the processing of their own personal data. The data subjects have the right to:
- Right to be informed
- Right to Access
- Right to Object
- Right to Erasure or Blocking
- Right to damages
- Right to flight to Complaint
- Right to Rectify
- Right to Data Portability
Where the processing of your data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent any time.
Subject Access Request
All individuals who are the subject of personal data held by FCIC are entitled to:
- Ask what information the company holds about them and why.
- Ask how to gain access to it.
- Be informed how the company is meeting its data protection obligation.
If the individual contacts the school requesting this information, this is called a subject access request.
A subject access request from an individual is made upon filling up the request form from the data controller.
The data controller will always verify the identity of anyone making a subject request before handing over the information. For instance, some subject access requests will be made electronically.
If a data subject is requesting their data, he/she should present his/her valid ID and an authorization letter if they are requesting the data of another person. The school’s response is based on the status and availability of the data.
The school is entitled to respond within a maximum of 30 days; however, if the information is very complex, large in volume, covers a broad period of time, or covers a lot of areas, this may mean that it could take longer. If that is the case, the school will contact you to let you know within four weeks of your initial request.