HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — Personal information of students and other people associated with Hope College may have been leaked in a data breach, the school said.

Around Sept. 27, Hope College said it discovered “potential unauthorized access to its network,” and started working with its IT team and legal specialists outside of the college to conduct a full forensic investigation.

Investigation found that “certain sensitive information kept in the normal course of business” like first and last names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and student ID numbers had been compromised. Hope said no financial information was at risk.

Hope College reviewed the results of the investigation to see whose information may have been leaked and then tried to notify everyone affected by sending them physical U.S. mail to their most recent address. People who were potentially impacted will receive complimentary credit monitoring services from Hope.

If you think you may have been impacted but did not receive a letter, you can call 833.540.0798 or visit hope.edu/cybersecurityupdate for more information.

The breach has been reported to regulatory officials and federal law enforcement by the college. Hope says there is no evidence that any of the information has been misused by a third party.

“Hope College takes this incident extremely seriously and will continue to work with third-party specialists to enhance its security posture and further protect the information it maintains,” read a release from the college.