COLLEGE-SPECIFIC POLICIES REGARDING RECRUITMENT OF STUDENTS AS RESEARCH SUBJECTS
Baruch College allows the recruitment of students for research purposes during classroom time on a case-by-case basis as long as it conforms to established administrative guidelines and adheres to CUNY HRPP Policies and Procedures. Instructors are not allowed to directly recruit their students and must use Read More
College of Staten Island
At CSI, when a course involves research practica – for example, a Psych course focused on research where methods are built into the curriculum, subjects may be recruited during class time. For courses that do not focus on research methods we would prefer the investigator do the recruitment before or after Read More
If an investigator wishes to recruit or conduct research with 1) Hunter College students and/or 2) CUNY and RFCUNY employees (at Hunter College), the investigator must demonstrate college-sensitive human subject procedures. While in the research planning stage, investigators are encouraged to contact Read More
Kingsborough Community College
Recruitment of students to participate in research during classroom time is acceptable. In accordance with CUNYs Human Research Protections Program Policies and Procedures that govern the recruitment of students Read More
LaGuardia Community College
Recruitment of students is not permitted in classes. This prohibition does not apply to the administration of College-sponsored surveys (e.g. standard student satisfaction surveys; faculty evaluations).
It is acceptable to allow recruitment of students in research during class time as long as there are no issues of coercion and undue influence and the study has been approved by the IRB.
New York City College of Technology
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) allows recruitment of students for research to occur during class time. However, individual departments may opt out. Permission to recruit during class time must be obtained from the Department Chair prior to recruitment.
Any determination regarding the recruitment of students to participate in research during classroom time is made on a case-by-case basis. QC HRPP Office works with the PIs regarding their proposed research methods/design to ensure that any issues involving coercion and undue influence are minimized.
Queensborough Community College
The provost office allows students to participate in research during classroom time, although the final decision is up to the instructor.