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As with all forms of market and opinion research, your cooperation is voluntary. No personal information is sought from or about you without your prior knowledge and agreement. At any stage of the interview, or afterwards, you may ask that part or all of the record of your interview be destroyed or deleted. Wherever reasonable and practical, we will carry out this request.
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Who are you? What is SimpsonScarborough?
We work with institutions of higher education to complete market research, which often means we need to find out what prospective students, students, alumni, faculty, staff, or community members think about an institution. We love higher education, and we love hearing what you think about the colleges and universities that make up this industry.