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Learn more about when and how we perform course evaluations at Arapahoe Community College, as well as when and how IPEDS data is collected.
Course Evaluation Calendar - Summer 2022
|Part-of-Term (P.O.T.)||P.O.T. Start Date||P.O.T. End Date||Student Evaluations Open||Student Evaluations Close||Results Available to Instructors|
|MY3 - First 5-Week||5/31/22||7/5/22||6/22/22||7/6/22||
|MY2 - 10-Week||5/31/22||8/8/22||7/26/22||8/9/22||
|JU1 - 8-Week||6/13/22||8/7/22||7/26/22||8/8/22||8/13/22|
|JL1 - Last 5-Week||7/5/22||8/8/22||7/26/22||8/9/22||8/14/22|
Online Course Evaluations
The Office of Institutional Research supports the design and implementation of online course evaluations for most academic units on campus. Evaluations are completely anonymous. After grades have been submitted, class responses—without individual identifiers—are summarized into a report distributed to the individual faculty member and his/her division director. Course evaluation responses are used to improve the quality and effectiveness of instructional activity at Arapahoe Community College. ACC Evaluations are designed to:
- Focus on learning
- Increase student self-reflection
- Provide instructors and departments with student feedback
- Be customized and relevant to each ACC course
FAQ for Course Online Assessment
Q: Can I access the evaluation form from off-campus?
A: Yes. The course evaluations are available from network-connected web browsers anywhere.
Q: Why should I complete the online course evaluation(s)?
A: Not only do course evaluations improve the quality and effectiveness of instructional activity, they also are an essential component of faculty reviews and the promotion process. This is your opportunity to make your voice heard on the quality of teaching at Arapahoe Community College.
Q: How do I access course evaluations?
A:Student receive email correspondence through their ACC account which contains a personalized link to each course. The personalized link does not require a Login ID or password; however, accessing course evaluations through D2L, myACC or emails provided by ACC faculty require signing into the system.
- Your ID is your "S Number" (Example: S01234567). Make sure "0" is a number and not an "O" letter.
- Your password is your date of birth MMDDYYYY (numbers only - no dashes). Example: July 4, 1976 = 07041976
Q: Can my course evaluations be sent to a personal email address?
A: For your account protection, information regarding ACC course evaluations are only sent through your student email.
Q: Is it possible to evaluate the same course more than once?
A: The system records your completed evaluation for a course and disables further attempts unless you make arrangements on a case-by-case basis.