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Institutional Review Board

Southeastern University’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) oversees all formal research studies associated with the SEU community and reserves the right to approve, reject, monitor and request modifications to them. The IRB’s primary objective is to protect human subjects in research by ensuring their rights and promoting the ethical and responsible treatment of them.


Please reach out to the IRB team at, and we will assist you with your questions.

CITI Training

All researchers involved in a study at Southeastern University, even if they will not be directly involved in working with human participants, must have submitted a report to the SEU IRB demonstrating that they have successfully completed the appropriate module of the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Program. Click below to register for your training.

What is CITI?
Used worldwide by more than 2,200 academic institutions, government agencies and other organizations each year, CITI Program is a leading provider of Web-based educational courses in research ethics, compliance, responsible conduct of research and more. Learn More

Next Steps
Once you complete your CITI training, it’s time to request for the IRB team to review your research plans. Click below to access the forms, policies and templates needed to begin this process.

Get More Info
If you have additional questions about CITI training, how to register or how to log in to the CITI website, please contact the SEU IRB at