Snow College provides students the opportunity to evaluate their course experience and provide feedback on general and course-specific learning outcomes. Course evaluations are made available to students via the BadgerWeb portal at the end of every academic period. This includes block classes and summer term courses. Instructional labs, concurrent enrollment, and continuing education courses are also supported by the course evaluation platform (SurveyDig). Faculty are encouraged to allot class time (15 to 20 minutes) near the end of the academic period to facilitate the completion of student course evaluations.
Students can access their course evaluations using one of two ways:
- Before the last day of the term: Using BadgerWeb portal to access the "old" Student Services/Student Records links to view the Current Registered Classes.
- After the last day of the term: Using the BadgerWeb portal to access the "old" Student Services/Student Records links to view their Final Grades
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This grade view suspension remains for 14 days after the academic time period at which time students can view their grades if the instructor has submitted them. All student identifiers are encrypted affording each student the opportunity to provide honest ratings and candid feedback.
Students must carefully read the titles and questions associated with each course evaluations because completion errors cannot be remedied once the evaluation has been submitted.
Faculty can access their course evaluations via BadgerWeb using their single sign-on credentials. During the evaluation period, faculty can only view the progress of their completed evaluations. Course evaluation detail is suspended until the conclusion of the evaluation time frame. Snow College’s course evaluation system allows faculty to view their current and any past course evaluations. Aggregate views and scoring allow provide faculty with student feedback across their entire tenure. All reports/views can be printed, saved to PDF, or exported to Excel.
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Dean and Department Chairs
Deans and department chairs have access to the course evaluations of all faculty within their academic responsiblity. These data are referenced on annual faculty reviews and during the advancement and tenure process. New deans and department chairs can request access (if they don’t have it) from the Office of Institutional Research and Accreditation.
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Course Evaluation Timeline
- All course evaluations are released at least 14 days (or more) prior to the end of the instructional time period.
- All course evaluations remain open until at least 14 days after the end of the instructional time period.
Faculty can add single questions or question blocks regarding distinct student learning outcomes to courses by subject, section (modality), or a particular course. These questions/question groups should be submitted to the Office of Institutional Research & Accreditation according to the following timeline:
Fall Semester: First of November through November 15th
Spring Semester: First of March through March 15th
Summer Terms: First of May through May 15th.
Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Institutional Planning & Accreditation
150 East College Avenue
Ephraim, UT 84627