1.8 Course Evaluations
Course Evaluations are administered by the Office of the Dean of Students. Evaluations are conducted online.
Evaluations of all faculty for Fall 2011 and subsequent quarters are available online as part of the course registration system, subject to the exceptions listed below. Paper copies of evaluations for recent years, including those before 2011, are also available at the Circulation Desk in the D’Angelo Law Library.
Evaluations from a course taught by a faculty member for the first time, regardless of whether the instructor is tenured or untenured, will not be available online, with the proviso that an instructor may opt-in to making course evaluations available online after seeing the evaluations. Evaluations for a course taught by a faculty member for the first time who has not opted-in to making course evaluations available online will be made available in paper form at the Circulation Desk in the D’Angelo Law Library. Evaluations of Bigelow Fellows will not be made available in either electronic or paper form.
Evaluations will not be made available to faculty or students until grades for the class have been submitted to the Office of the Registrar. For paper classes, evaluations will be available online once 90% of students have received final grades for the class or six months have passed since the final class session, whichever comes first.
Questions about course evaluations should be directed to the Associate Director of Student Affairs. Course evaluations completed by law students for a limited number of non-Law School courses are available as well; students wishing to access these non-Law School course evaluations should see the Assistant Registrar.