After the final grades deadline for a given quarter, quantitative (non-textual) evaluation results for participating Senate faculty will become viewable to students and campus members who authenticate with a UCInetID. Only results from Fall 2012 and forward will be made available. For more information, please review Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.
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EaterEvals is a partnership between the Associated Students of UCI, the Division of Undergraduate Education, the Academic Senate Council on Teaching, Learning, and Student Experience, and the Office of Information Technology to display the quantitative responses for department-activated official final evaluations of Senate faculty and lecturers with security of employment (SOE or PSOE).
Each quarter, UCI students submit secure, online evaluations of their instructors. Starting in early 2013, the quantitative (multiple choice & multiple select) results of these evaluations will be made available to the UCI community. Only results for Senate level faculty will be available. All results will require UCInetID authentication to view.
Official final evaluations can be conducted either via paper or online through the EEE Department Evaluations tool.
In the latter case, designated department staff activate evaluations of instructors, students submit evaluations of their instructors online, and, after final grades are due to the University Registrar, instructors access their results.
Instructors can view and manage evaluations, including opting-out of releasing results for Senate faculty, on EEE using EEE Evaluations.
New! Evaluations for grad-level courses will be included in EaterEvals starting with Winter Quarter 2016 results. Use EEE Evaluations to view and optionally opt-out of releasing your results (through the 3rd week of the quarter).