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Information for Students

The Student Dashboard

Click here to access your student dashboard to see course evaluation status for any class you are enrolled in.

When a student logs into the Course Evaluations website, they are first presented with a list of course sections that they are currently enrolled in that are part of an administration.

From there, it is very easy to access and complete surveys. Students will see the number of days until the survey closes, along with the course information.

Other Dashboard Features

  • Completed Survey List – shows the student their history of completed surveys, beginning with Fall 2021 semester
  • Missed Survey List – shows the student their history of surveys they did not complete, beginning with Fall 2021 semester 

Student Experience Using MyCoursEval.

Student Confidentiality

Students are not identifiable in the reports or data available to faculty or report administrators. When a student submits a course evaluation, his or her identity is not included with the response. Faculty only see the responses, but not the student’s identity. Students should be mindful that should they choose to self-identify themselves in an answer to an open-response question, it could jeopardize their confidentiality for that question.

Automatic Emails to Students

All students enrolled in a course, will receive an automated email when a course opens for evaluation, to their official University of Idaho email account. The email will include a link and instructions for the course evaluation, and the date when the evaluation window closes.

During an open course evaluation window, students will receive periodic reminder emails. These will continue until the student completes the course evaluation, or the course evaluation window closes.

Once the course evaluation window closes, it is not possible to reopen it for additional responses. Students who miss the open evaluation period may still choose to send feedback directly to the instructor, department, or college.

Physical Address:
Associate Director
Assessment and Accreditation
Admin, Room 325
Moscow, ID 83844-3163

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3163
Moscow, ID 83844-3163

Phone: 208-885-5962

Email: assessment@uidaho.edu

Web: Assessment and Accreditation

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