At Key College, we respect your privacy.

Key College is committed to protecting your privacy. The school does not sell, rent, trade or otherwise distribute your e-mail address or personal contact information to any third party. Individuals who supply their e-mails, telephone numbers and/or addresses may receive e-mail, telephone, and/or mail contact from the College regarding academic programs, news, new products or services, upcoming events or promotions. For quality assurance and/or purposes, telephone calls made to or from the school may be monitored.

As you navigate through the school’s website, anonymous non-personal information may be collected about your visit such as time spent on the website, pages visited, and other such information. Key College uses this information to help improve and enhance its website content and layout.

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Individuals who no longer wish to receive e-mail or phone communications form Key College may opt out. To opt out of calls or e-mail communications you may e-mail or write to the school. Be sure to provide the e-mail(s) and/or phone number(s) you wish to no longer be contacted on. To Opt Out Via e-mail: admissions@keycollege.edu or Via mail: Key College
Attn: I Opt Out List Manager
1040 Bayview Dr., #200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33008


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