We are excited to announce that a new course evaluation system for Washington University was implemented in a pilot program in the Summer 2016 semester. The University fully implemented the new system in the Fall 2016 semester.Go to Course Evaluations
The new WashU Course Evaluations offers several advantages over the previous system. Among others, they include:
- Very robust reporting, including text analytics.
- A more modernized interface, one which is very conducive to mobile access.
- Daily updates from our information databases, which will keep student and instructor data up-to-date in the course evaluation system.
- Integration with other University systems such as WebSTAC, WebFAC, Blackboard, and Canvas.
Basic evaluation scoring is made available for use by students and advisors. Below you will find feedback for both Arts & Sciences courses as well as courses for other participating schools/programs.
Please note: Additional and more specialized reports for instructors, chairs, and administrators are available after logging into Course Evaluations above.A&S Fall 2016 Reports
WashU Fall 2016 Reports
For now, please use the button below to access eval information prior to Summer 2016. We are working to transition archived evaluation responses and aggregated data into the new system.Access Archived Eval Results
Below are some Frequently Asked Questions for both faculty/staff as well as students on the Danforth Campus. If you encounter technical issues or have additional questions, feel free to contact the WashU Course Evals Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions regarding Course Evaluations on the Medical School campus should be directed to OMSEsurveys@email.wustl.edu.