Letter of Intent

A Letter of Intent (LOI) may be required. Generally, a letter of intent (LOI) is not binding but does demonstrate interest on the part of the individual issuing the letter. These letters are usually short 1 – 2 paragraphs, will identify the title of study or lead researcher by legal name, and briefly outline what functions or duties will be carried out by the person or entity writing the letter in support of the study. A LOI is applicable at the proposal/applications stage.

Call our SWAT! services and ask to speak to the CEnR (community engaged) research support staff person to obtain example letters appropriate for your study.