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College Offices Closed Until 1PM - September 18
Clark College offices and sersvices will be closed until 1PM on Monday, September 18 for a faculty and staff event.
Clark College Cashier's Office Relocating - September 8
Beginning September 8, the Clark College Cashier's office will be relocating to the Gaiser Hall main corridor, next to Enrollment Services.
NSC Data Security Event (updated July 24, 2023)
The National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) recently experienced a data security event involving the MOVEit Transfer tool. The NSC determined that an unauthorized party obtained certain files transferred through the clearinghouse’s MOVEit environment, including files containing sensitive data that they maintain on behalf of their customers.
What is the NSC?
The National Student Clearinghouse provides educational reporting, data exchange, and verification services to more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide. Clark College works with the clearinghouse for various purposes, including enrollment and degree verification services and student loan reporting requirements.
What information may be affected?
NSC notified the college that it is among the many higher education organizations across the nation whose data may have been affected by this issue. Clark College shares student enrollment and degree verification data with the National Student Clearinghouse, which includes personally identifiable information (PII) such as social security number, date of birth, address, course enrollments, grades, degree, and honor status. At this time, the NSC has not yet identified what sensitive information was accessed or who was affected by this data security event.
What do I do now?
Your safety and security are our top priority, and we are committed to thoroughly assessing any potential impacts on our students and alumni. This cybersecurity issue did not impact Clark College’s internal network or systems.
If you are one of the individuals affected by this incident, you will be contacted directly as soon as the NSC provides specific details on the accessed information. We anticipate receiving this information in the coming weeks.
While we await further updates, we recommend taking the following steps to protect your information:
- Monitor credit cards and bank accounts for any suspicious activity.
- Consider placing a fraud alert on your accounts.
- Be cautious with suspicious emails or messages, and avoid clicking on unknown links.
- Update your passwords to be strong and unique.
Where can I find additional information?
The National Student Clearinghouse has posted more detailed information about the situation on its website.
This page will be updated as more information becomes available.
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