Frequently Asked Questions About Evaluations:

Why do you need my name and Social Security Number if these evaluations are anonymous? The evaluation system is set up to allow you to evaluate those courses that you have taken this semester. In order for us to maintain that level of security and integrity, we have to verify that you are indeed who you say you are, and we do that by comparing your name and the last 5 digits of your social security number with an enrollment list that we download each semester from the registrar.

When do faculty have access to evaluation results? The faculty are required to submit final grades for the semester to the registrar at noon on the Monday following the last final exam. In order to ensure that evaluation results do not affect the grades that faculty assign to students, faculty are not capable of viewing evaluation results until after this due date has passed.

Can students view evaluation results for previous courses? Yes. For all sections of a course that receive at least a 70% response rate.