Teacher Course Evaluations

Each term, teacher course evaluations are conducted for the main purpose of supplementing the guidance of professors, academic advisors and student peers in the course selection process. They are also an instrumental tool for improving the quality of the instruction students receive. Traditionally, teacher course evaluations were conducted using paper forms; however, in fall 2011, the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering began conducting evaluations online using EvaluationKit.

Numeric Results for course Evaluations (2011 & Later)

The evaluations consist of both numeric questions and 4 open-ended questions. Summaries of the four open-ended questions were written by temporary employees of the University Registrar Office. Results of the evaluations are available below by selecting the appropriate term.

Please Note: Beginning with the Spring 2020 semester, responses to the qualitative course evaluation questions will no longer be summarized. Previous semesters’ summaries will remain online. In order to assist students with their course planning, the SIS course search will now contain an expanded course description with syllabus information.

Fall 2011 and Later Student Comment Summaries

Prior to Fall 2011

Please forward any questions regarding teacher course evaluations to ASENCourseEvals@jhu.edu.