Greensboro, NC -- Bennett College is working to find out who used a key logging took to break into their computer servers.
In a bundle of information posted on the college's FAQ website, they explain a hacker broke into the work station of an employee by using their username and password.
The information of approximately 1,100 people was exposed during the hack.
The college says names, social security numbers and bank transit numbers are just a few of the items the hacker had access to during the breach.
College officials stress not information regarding financial aid, payment information, student/parent credit card numbers or grades.
Bennett College say they are "committed to making data as secure as possible and is continually seeking ways to protect the private information of our students and employees."
To find what do to if your information was hacked, visit their website.
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