- The CRMDA operates on a Fee-for-Services model. That is, we provide our services for a fee and expect that clients will make all efforts possible to secure funds for services. Due to funding provided, members of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) are eligible for five (5) complimentary hours and members of the School of Business, School of Education, and School of Social Welfare are eligible for three (3) complimentary hours (already funded grants/projects excluded). All other students (not in one of the three above categories) working on their thesis/dissertation are eligible for three (3) complimentary hours. Complimentary hours given to members of CLAS, School of Business, School of Education, and School of Social Welfare cannot be combined with thesis/dissertation complimentary hours. An initial consultation (up to one hour) is provided free of charge for those who are not eligible for complimentary hours (grants excluded). All services are per 12 month period per person.
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- Priority services can be obtained by including CRMDA personnel on grants or contracts for a percentage of time or using the daily rates listed above.
- CRMDA-supervised Graduate Research Assistants and Undergraduate SBSM Minors, who are receiving advanced training in statistics and methodology, are also available for hire to work as embedded personnel in funded projects at GRA or student hourly rates (negotiated at time of employment).
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