End-of-Semester Course Evaluations
... All of which improve the calibre and reputation of UM-Flint education. What is Course Eval?
Student participation in end-of-semester course evaluations is vital to improving the quality of education at UM-Flint.
... All of which improve the calibre and reputation of UM-Flint education.
What is Course Eval?
How do faculty and students learn about surveys?
Faculty and students are notified by e-mail when surveys are available, with instructions on how to login to the CoursEval system. Several reminders are sent to students during the open period, as well, to encourage the fullest participation possible.
How long are surveys open?
Surveys are available for a one-week period ending on the last day of class before the study day begins.
Are course evaluation results anonymous?
Absolutely! Students login to CoursEval using their uniqname and LAN password; even though they login, the survey data are saved anonymously. Student responses are not associated with any data the student submits, and all information sources are disconnected from the evaluation results except for the actual survey input.
When can a faculty member see the student results?
No survey data is made available to faculty until one week after the Registrar's grades submission deadline. Survey reports show an aggregate of the responses and the student comments exactly as written.
To access CoursEval, go to https://CoursEval.umflint.edu/oel/. If you have questions or problems using CoursEval, please contact the Office of Extended Learning by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.