Evaluate your classes
Today- April 29, 2015
Your evaluations are used by the faculty in hiring decisions, awards, promotions, course development, and self improvement.
The Evaluation Process
Each semester, the University asks students to provide feedback about courses and instructors by completing SFFs. Instructors use the feedback to improve their teaching and course materials. Student responses also help instructors and administration make tenure and promotion decisions, as well as other important decisions about how courses are taught at the University. Students should fill out the SFFs thoughtfully at the end of each course.Thank you for taking the time to complete your SFFs.
All student feedback is treated seriously and confidentially. To preserve student anonymity, course sections with fewer than eight people enrolled are generally not included in the e-SFF system and instructors will not receive a report.
Instructors do not receive feedback about the course until after all grades have been submitted for the semester, and no identifying information is associated with responses in any reports. After grades have been submitted and student evaluation forms processed, instructors receive their SFF reports. This report contains a summary of the rating data and listing of all the comments (anonymously made by the students in the course) to the open-ended questions on the evaluation form.