If you are a UNCP faculty or staff member, you may self-enroll and create a Qualtrics account by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page. You must use your UNCP username and password. You must always return to this page to sign into your UNCP Qualtrics' account. In fact, you may want to bookmark this page if you plan to sign into your UNCP Qualtrics account on a frequent basis. (If you go to the login page on Qualtrics' commercial website, you will not be able to log into your UNCP account.)
Student Use: Students may not self-enroll in UNCP Qualtrics account. If a faculty or staff member is willing to supervise a student who wants to use Qualtrics as a survey tool, the faculty or staff member will need to contact the UNCP Qualtrics Administrator, Dr. Chunmei Yao, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualtrics Account Deactivation: Your UNCP account at Qualtrics will no longer be accessible when your UNCP username and password becomes inactive.
User Security Agreement: The University of North Carolina at Pembroke requires that all surveys/studies conform to standards set by FERPA and HIPPA and any other legislation or legal requirements. Data about respondents’ identities must be kept strictly confidential and must not be used for purposes outside of research as approved by the UNCP Institutional Review Board.
By clicking on the link at the bottom of this page to log into Qualtrics, you are agreeing that you WILL NOT collect information of the following types (unless approved by the UNCP Institutional Review Board) and that, even if collected, you WILL NOT use data of the following types in any way that violates any national or local policy related to individual privacy and security. For more comprehensive information on HIPAA and FERPA please visit the following websites:
- Social Security Numbers (SSN)
- Credit card numbers
- Debit card numbers
- Driver’s License Numbers
- Personally identifiable patient information
- Personally identifiable student information
- Personnel information
- Confidential legal data
- Proprietary data that should not be shared with the public
- Employer taxpayer identification numbers
- State identification card numbers or passport numbers
- Checking account numbers
- Savings account Numbers
- Personal identification (PIN) codes*
- Digital signatures
- Biometric data
- Any other numbers or information that can be used to access a person’s financial resources.
- Any other numbers or information that could be used in a manner constituted “identify theft.”