Colleges, alumni groups selling personal info: See the list

A KVUE Defenders investigation uncovers universities and alumni groups making millions of dollars selling the personal information of former students, faculty, ticketholders, and donors for millions of dollars, so companies can market credit cards to these individuals.

Click here to watch Keli Rabon's report.

Find out if your college has one of these deals, take a look at some of the contracts, and if you wish to have your information removed from the mailing list, contact the university or alumni organization directly.

INSTITUTION OR ORGANIZATION
CREDIT CARD ISSUER
PAYMENTS MADE  IN 2010
TOTAL ACCOUNTS OPEN
University of Texas Pan American Alumni Assoc.
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$22,958
1,671
Baylor University Alumni Assoc.
U.S. Bank Nat'l Assoc. ND
$34,207
2,381
Texas State University-San Marcos Alumni Assoc.
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$46,948
2,670
Stephen F. Austin Alumni Assoc.
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$55,975
80
Abilene Christian University
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$75,000
1,566
University of Texas at Arlington Alumni Assoc.
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$100,000
4,049
North Texas Exes
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$161,311
6,304
Texas Tech Alumni Association
Chase Bank USA, N.A.
$470,000
7,314
Assoc. of Former Students of Texas A&M University
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$1,176,016
34,507
Ex-Students Assoc. of the University of Texas
FIA Card Services, N.A.
$2,364,754
31,748

Didn't see your school here? This is the complete list.

Click here to see The Texas Exes Affinity Agreement.

Click here to see The Texas A&M Alumni Affinity Agreement.

Click here to see the Texas Tech Alumni Affinity Agreement.