Online Course Evaluations
Every course with an enrollment of five or more students is included in the basic institutional online course evaluation survey of five questions required by law (Senate Bill 389 - see Link in the navigation bar to the left). If a college or department elects to usea paper/pencil evaluation, students should respond to both types of evaluations.
Students may access the surveys by logging in to MyCentral. A clickable box is located in the center of the Student Home tab. Selecting this icon will provide students with the instructions necessary to access the appropriate surveys for their current courses. Selecting the name of a course will open the survey for that course. Students and faculty will receive emails with instructions when the evaluations are available, typically two weeks prior to final exams, ending the Sunday evening prior to finals week.
Faculty should remind students of this important process and encourage participation. To ensure high response rates, faculty can ask classes to scan QR codes into their cell phones and complete their evaluations. Log into MyEvalCenter and click the "QR codes" link for the appropriate class(es). Print the page that is then displayed and distribute it to students. Using their mobile devices, students can scan the code and complete the evaluation right in class.
Faculty may also access their evaluations at MyCentral, by selecting the box at the bottom of the Faculty tab. Department chairs and program coordinators should contact Carole Nimmer, Director of Testing Services, to access departmental or program-wide evaluations.
Important note: If you get an error message, please try again using Internet Explorer. Note that online course evaluations are only available to classes of five or more students, due to privacy issues.
Paper/Pencil (Scantron) Course Evaluations
Please use the Link in the navigation bar on the left for downloadable documents related to scantron (paper/pencil) course evaluations.