The faculty/course evaluation process is important in providing feedback for continuous improvement.
The course evaluation site is https://www.udmercy.edu/evaluate/
The open window for completion of faculty/course evaluations is scheduled based upon the length of the course and the school/college in which the course is offered. Thus, if you are taking a course taught by the College of Liberal Arts and Education and a course taught in School of Business, the open window for evaluation will be different for both courses.
The following does not apply to the School of Dentistry or School of Law.
College of Liberal Arts and Education, School of Architecture and College of Health Professions/McAuley School of Nursing Courses
Faculty/Course evaluations for the standard 14 week course sections may be completed during “dead” week and Final Exam week between Sunday, April 15, 2012 through Sunday, April 29, 2012.
College of Engineering & Science, School of Business and ALL other programs Faculty/Course evaluations for the standard 14 week course sections may be completed during “dead” week between Sunday, April 15, 2012 through Sunday, April 22, 2012.
For all non-standard course sections, the open period to complete evaluations is the last two weeks of the course section with the evaluation ending the day before the exam week. Note the day before exam week and not the day before your exam.
For non-standard course sections ending at the same time as a standard 14 week course sections, the open period for completion is the last two weeks ending the day before the exam week.
Students may access the system from any internet connected computer whether on or off campus. For those students who prefer to use a University computer, systems are available in the ITS labs across the McNichols campus. All evaluations are completely anonymous.
If you are unable to complete your online evaluation(s) due to technical reasons, please contact the Helpdesk with details ASAP. All evals must be in the system by the published end-date. If contacting the Helpdesk afterhours, please leave a voice-mail at 313.993.1500 or e-mail at email@example.com or submit a ticket into the http://helpdesk.udmercy.edu system and someone will follow up with you the next business day.