Your opinion matters

Overview and Surveys

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Students are given an opportunity to provide anonymous feedback to faculty in regular credit and career credit courses. Student feedback for faculty is assessed using a standardized questionnaire provided by MDC, and feedback reports are available to students, faculty, and administrators.

All faculty members participate in the student feedback during each Fall Term and the results are made available in January. Additional survey results are accumulated for participating faculty during the Spring Term (available in May) and Summer Term (available in September).

Students evaluate faculty in traditional classroom courses including Web-enhanced, Blended and Labs (Classroom Survey is administered); courses in special programs such as Co-Op, Independent Studies, Competency-based Education, Study Abroad, and MDC Online (Alternate Survey is administered); and in the Library Services area (Faculty Librarian Survey is administered).

Lab and clinical classes that students directly enroll in through their registration in the lab or clinical course are required for Student Feedback. Lab and clinical classes that students are automatically enrolled in through their registration in the lecture course are not required for Student Feedback. Faculty who are actually instructing students in these labs may administer student feedback for these classes on a request basis through their department chairperson.




Effective Fall 2019 (2197)

The default Student Feedback administration is online.

  • An Online Student Feedback administration is available through EvaluationKIT- online platform.
  • The Assessment, Evaluation, and Testing (AET) office provides general guidance of the student feedback administration to ensure that the actual conduct of the feedback is handled efficiently and confidentially.
  • Students use the EvaluationKIT (EK) online platform for completing student feedback.
  • Students and instructors can access the online platform securely through Blackboard without the need for an additional login or password.
  • Instructors and administrators use this platform to monitor feedback administration, and for receiving the results of the student feedback.
  • Paper-based administration is only available for credit-courses that are offered less than four (4) weeks and Continuing Contract faculty who decide to opt-out of the Online administration. For Paper-based administration, faculty receive a basic offline report.

If you need more information about the transition for Paper-based to Online please visit the Online Student Feedback.

District Office Assistance

Please contact the office of Assessment, Evaluation and Testing:

Silvio Rodriguez
P: 305.237.7492

Yahemn Baeza Dager
P: 305.237.7481