The IRB has provided a recruitment template on the next page for your convenience. You are not required to use it, but if you do not, your recruitment information may be incomplete, which will result in IRB revision requests and delayed approval. Information in your recruitment document(s) should be organized to facilitate comprehension. Please note the following: 1. Text in [brackets] represents information about your study that you must add. Your study information should be written in plain language. 2. A backslash indicates that you must make a selection depending on your study procedures (e.g., “will/will not” or “I/we”). 3. Additional instructions or sample text are provided in boxes. 4. Before you submit your recruitment document(s) to the IRB, delete this cover page, brackets, and boxes. The finished document should reflect what you will give to prospective participants. 5. Please follow the instructions in blue below, revising or providing the information in red. You will need to remove the instructions as you go, including these instructions. The font color of your completed document should be black. 6. If your study will involve multiple types of participants requiring different recruitment documents, use a file name for each recruitment document that clearly identifies the type of recruitment and the intended audience (., teachers recruitment email, students recruitment letter, etc.).