Institutional Research, Analysis, and Programming

Timeline for Student Course Evaluations Fall 2018

**Timeline is subject to change.
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Timeframe Activity
September 10, 2018
IT (Darin Metcalfe) emails Course Lists by Department to Administrative Assistants to verify section information for Fall 2018 student course evaluation administration.  At this time, the instrument to be used for University hybrid courses is determined, University Campus gen ed to use City College instrument, and sections to use Clinical instrument are all determined.
September 21, 2018
Administrative Assistants email completed Course List Forms to IT ( by 5:00 PM.
Unknown Start Date – Nightly load
MSU-Bozeman loads MSU-Billings course extract into Campus Labs system.
October 1, 2018 to 
October 5, 2018
IT identifies the evaluation instrument for individual course sections within Campus Labs.  Courses offered online are evaluated using online instrument; courses offered face-to-face are evaluated using face-to-face instrument; hybrid courses have option to choose instrument.  Identified clinical courses use clinical instrument.
*February 19, 2018
Early End Date student course evaluation forms are available for pick by Administrative Assistants in McMullen 303. (Date may need to be adjusted; IT will email Administrative Assistants when available.)
October 12, 2018 (8 AM) to
October 18, 2018 (8 PM)
Administration period for Early End Date sections.
November 25,2018 (8 AM) to 
December 09, 2018 (8 PM)         
Student course evaluations available to students to complete.
December 15, 2018
January 8, 2019
IT creates final student course evaluation reports.
January 10, 2019
February 13, , 2019
Administrative Assistants access final student course evaluation reports in shared folder. IT will email access information to Department Chairs and Administrative Assistants.

Collective Bargaining Agreement Item 9.410 FREQUENCY
Student teaching assessment shall be conducted annually for courses (excluding Independent Study, Internship, etc.) taught during the academic year as follows:
A. Every course/section taught by faculty holding probationary and fixed-term appointments.
B. All courses/sections taught during the fall term by faculty holding tenured appointment.
C. Assessments may be conducted for additional courses at the discretion of the faculty member.

IT Student Course Evaluation Contact Information:
Darin Metcalfe,, 247-5715