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Please note: Institutional Approval for Survey Research at Sheridan 

Surveys that involve Sheridan stakeholders (e.g. applicants, students, alumni, employees) are subject to the Administration of Surveys Policy, found here

Under the Policy, some surveys require institutional approval. This approval is separate from and in addition to ethics approval through Sheridan’s Ethical Research Board. Researchers are encouraged to review the Policy and Procedure to determine whether institutional approval is required for their project and the application and approval process. 

The Office of Institutional Research coordinates the application process, and researchers are strongly encouraged to contact the office in advance of submitting an application.

Please contact:

Mark Chapman
Director, Institutional Research
905.845.9430 ext. 2788


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