MHPD Privacy Notice

McGraw-Hill Professional Development Privacy Notice

When you submit an online form to request a catalog, to respond to a survey, or to communicate with us for any other reason through the McGraw-Hill Professional Development website, the information we collect from you (e.g., your name, address, email address) is added to our electronic mailing list so that we may notify you, our customer, of updates to our Web site or of products and services that may be of interest to you. This information will be maintained in a secure database in the U.S. and accessed only by authorized persons.

Occasionally, and subject to applicable laws, McGraw-Hill Professional Development also makes contact information available to other business units within The McGraw-Hill Companies whose products or services we feel may be of interest to you. From time to time, we may also share your information with outside vendors who will be authorized to use this information solely to perform services (such as a "mailing" house) on our behalf. Please be assured that McGraw-Hill Professional Development will never share information we collect from you with companies outside the family of The McGraw-Hill Companies.

If you would like to review, edit, or delete any of the information we have collected from you, or if you have questions or concerns about this privacy policy, please contact:

John Predmore
Privacy Officer
McGraw-Hill Professional Development
8787 Orion Place
Columbus, Ohio 43240

Use of Cookies

In order to personalize your online experience, will assign a temporary "cookie" when you enter designated sections of the site. A cookie is a piece of information, such as user name and password that is sent from a Web site and stored on your computer's hard drive as a text file. This allows you to freely move from page to page that require this information without the interruption of logging in to every page. Your own unique cookie will be assigned to you for Other Web sites do not have the ability to use this cookie and therefore cannot gain access to the information in the cookie. Cookies are not designed to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Since uses temporary cookies, they will be deleted when you have completed your session. Each time you use the personalized sections of, you must login to the program. No permanent information will be stored on your hard drive.

You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. In order to change these cookie preferences, you must change your browser's preferences to disable cookies or delete cookies. Please note that disabling cookies for some services may affect the ability to use that service. Security information is specific to each browser and operating system. Please check with your browser's specific company for more information. Some examples of how to change your browser's preferences are as follows: In Internet Explorer (versions 6 and up), this option is listed under Tools > Internet Options > Privacy. The setting has to be set to Block All Cookies; In Netscape (versions 7 and up), this option is listed under Edit > Preferences > Privacy & Security > Cookies. The Disable Cookies button should be checked.

McGraw-Hill Professional Development and The McGraw-Hill Companies are committed to maintaining the privacy of our customers. For more information about The McGraw-Hill Companies' Customer Privacy Policy, please visit