U of T Course Evaluations

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The Course Evaluation Framework at the University of Toronto

Welcome to U of T Course Evaluations!

Students: Click here to complete your course evaluations on QUERCUS!

The University of Toronto is committed to ensuring the quality of its academic programs, its teaching, and the learning experiences of its students. An essential component of our commitment to teaching excellence is the regular evaluation of courses by students. At the University of Toronto, course evaluations are conducted to collect formative data for instructors to improve their teaching, to provide summative data for administrative purposes (such as annual merit, tenure, and promotion review) and for program and curriculum review, and to provide members of the University community, including students, with information about teaching and courses at the university.

Drawing international attention for its innovative assessment approach, the new course evaluation framework offers faculty, academic administrators, and students meaningful information about students’ learning experiences in U of T courses, both broadly speaking and within the context of each academic discipline.

July 2020: Course Evaluations Update

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, all instructors and academic administrators should consider course evaluation data in the context of any needed changes to courses or programs. We strongly encourage review of the Provostial memos from March 24 2020, April 16 2020, and July 16 2020, to guide the consideration of these data. Links are available within the Quercus Course Evaluations tab (left panel in Quercus).

Any questions regarding course evaluations should be sent by e-mail to course.evaluations@utoronto.ca.