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Deakin University is committed to respecting the rights of its donors and to developing partnerships based on mutual trust and respect. To ensure that Deakin University earns the respect and trust of its donors and prospective donors, and that they have full confidence in the University, Deakin has committed itself to the Code of Practice for Australian University Philanthropy (103 KB).
Deakin University complies with the Information Privacy Act 2000 (VIC) in the collection and management of personal information. Deakin University will use the personal information you have provided to publicly acknowledge you as a donor to the University in University publications, including the University's Annual Report, and to communicate with you on matters which the University thinks will interest you as a donor. Your personal information will only be disclosed outside of the University in the specific circumstances authorised by the Information Privacy Act 2000 (VIC) or with your consent.
You may access your personal information or make inquiries about the way your personal information is managed by contacting the University's Privacy Officer.
Deakin University aims to receive support from organisations and individuals that are engaged in activities that improve the lives of the people they serve and the communities in which they operate.
If you would like more information about Deakin's commitment to its donors or ethical partnerships, please contact University Development.