How do I access my course evaluation reports?
Student course evaluation period is usually sometime during the last week of classes. Each school sets its own course evaluation period and uses its own set of evaluation questions. Each evaluation form allows the student to evaluate the class and each instructor. Only officially enrolled students in SIS can access a course evaluation form. All student course evaluations are anonymous.
Instructors can access and view their course evaluations starting the day after final grades are due for the semester (usually a few weeks after final exams).
To access a course evaluation report:
- The course must be designated by the Department as an evaluated course. Some Departments do not designate certain courses for evaluation (Example: labs, recitations, low enrollment, independent study, thesis...)
- You must be listed on the iSIS class list as an official "Instructor of Record" for the course. Guest Instructors and TAs are not evaluated and do not have access to the course evaluation.
- You must log into Trunk with your Tufts University username and password.
If there are multiple iSIS designated "Instructors of Record" for a course, each instructor can only see their own evaluation and the general course evaluation. Instructors cannot see other instructor's evaluations.
Go to Course Evaluations (on your My Workspace site).
During the course evaluation period, the courses in which you can be evaluated are listed.
Clicking on the name of the course displays a copy of the evaluation form students are using to evaluate the class.
Between the date that the course evaluation period closes and the date that the course evaluation reports becomes available to instructors, no pending evaluations are listed.