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University System Sets Up Call Center

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North Dakota University System students and faculty will find out today if their information was accessed during February's security breach.

NDUS will send out e-mails to notify the over 290,000 people affected.
And they're also opening up a call center for those people.

The call center opened this morning and will run Mondays through Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Anyone who receives an email or is worried about their information can call 855-711-5990 or e-mail support@allclearid.com.

The University system says an internal investigation found that no personal information was copied or shared, but they are still offering identity protection services just in case.

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