Did you know that the CES Office evaluates more than 25,000 courses, creates more than 50,000 unique surveys, and collects over 250,0000 responses each year? It’s true, but we don’t do it alone. Our end-of-semester course evaluations can only be successful through careful cooperation and teamwork between the CES Office and our department Course Schedulers, FaSET Contacts, Course Evaluation Liaisons (CELs), and Senior Administrators.
We’ve developed the following resources specifically for these groups, so if you are not one of the parties mentioned above, the content on the following pages may not provide you with the information you need. If the information you’re looking for isn’t here or on the faculty or student pages, feel free to contact the CES Office directly with your question.
New Liaison Center
The New Liaison Center was created to help you find essential resources and guides we created in close partnership with our most experienced Course Evaluation Liaisons (CELs) and department partners. Learn how to register for New Liaison Training, to request DIG access, or to find additional information on the most important responsibilities of a Course Evaluation Liaison.
Learn more about the 5-Step Process for requesting, auditing, and distributing surveys to students. Also consider checking out one of our other pages to learn more about:
Processes and Procedures
Immediately following the Twelfth Class Day specified on the official Academic Calendar (sometimes referred to as the “Fourth Class Day” during summer sessions, or “Census Day” by some departments), all course data is exported from FaSET, and provided to the CIS Office. To learn more about how we generate this data, please visit our Processes and Procedures page.