Highlands Alerts 420 Students To Possibility Of ID Theft

July 5, 2007



Highlands University has notified 420 students that a break-in on campus could subject them to identity theft.

An e-mail to the students told them a building on the Highlands campus had been broken into, and that affected offices might have had such personal information as Social Security numbers and credit card and bank account information.

The e-mail was directed toward students who signed up for graduate courses at the Advanced Placement Institute at New Mexico State University or attended an International Baccalaureate Institute at United World College or the Interactive Math Summer Institute at Albuquerque's South Valley Academy.

Students were advised to place a fraud alert on their credit files.

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