TRU is committed to increasing student success (TRU Strategic Priorities 2014-2019). Student course evaluations are an important source of insight that will help faculty members continuously improve their teaching to increase student success.
Others include, but are not limited to, instructors’ statement of learning outcomes on course outlines, peer review of teaching, receipt of teaching awards, scholarly studies of teaching practices — the scholarship of teaching and learning, letters from students and colleagues, etc. (Gravestock & Gregor-Greenleaf, 2008). The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching supports these methods at TRU.
The Centre supports a continuous improvement model of teaching that includes resources, workshops and events for departments and individual faculty and now, student course evaluations.
Course evaluations reports
Winter 2019 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, May 2019
Fall 2018 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, February 2019
Winter 2018 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, May 2018
Fall 2017 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, March 2018
Winter 2017 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, June 2017
Fall 2016 Course Evaluation Report
Administration and Results, January 2017
Institutional Reports include all on-campus student course evaluation responses by course term for the four Senate approved questions. Please note that English as Second or Additional Language and Education and Skills Training use modified versions of the four Senate approved questions, therefore student responses for these courses are not included in questions A1, A2, A3 and A4. If you would like to request an aggregate report by division or department, please contact email@example.com.
Administering course evaluations — instructions for instructors
Instructors, to view instructions on administering course evaluations, please click on the link below.