The Student Evaluation of Teaching (SETE) end-of-term course evaluation is a secure web-based system for conducting end-of-course surveys to evaluate the effectiveness of courses and faculty.  The SETE is a sustainable replacement for the handwritten bubble sheet, and provides a databank of over 300 vetted assessment items. The purpose of the SETE is to produce valid scores for measuring teaching effectiveness on a scale that crosses all course sections at the University. The intent is that the scores can be applied to a continuous improvement model that shows individual instructor growth over time. The SETE is one part of a more comprehensive evaluation of faculty.  

Fall 2013 Results 



Handbook (this document explains the process used to develop the survey questions)

How to access faculty reports

How to improve response rates

Instruction for Accessing Reports for End-of-Term Course Evaluations

A Guide to Interpretation of SETE Scores


SETE Recommendations