Higher Education Access Tracker (HEAT)

Widening Participation

The University of Central Lancashire uses a database called HEAT. We use the HEAT database to provide longitudinal tracking and enable us to assess the effectiveness and impact of our access and student success initiatives. For more information about how the University uses HEAT and personal data for Widening Participation evaluation please read our WP privacy statement.

Your child's Data

If you believe that your data or your child’s data has been processed using HEAT and you would like to object, please use the form below. We will use the data you submit in this form to check whether we have your/your child's data stored on HEAT and if we do, we will contact you to confirm that you object to the data being stored. The details provided below will be retained until your query is complete.

Data protection

Here at The University of Central Lancashire we take your data and your privacy very seriously and we’ll treat it with the utmost care and respect. By providing your details above, the University will process your personal data in compliance with data protection legislation and only process for the purpose collected unless there is a lawful basis to do so.

If you would like more detailed information relating to this or your rights, or who to contact if you have any concerns about the use of your personal data, please go to the privacy policy published on our website.

We will not share your personal details or your information with any third parties unless this is to enable them to process that data on our behalf. Such third parties will be bound by an obligation to process such information securely and in accordance with the current data protection legislation