All teaching faculty should have received or will be receiving their Student Opinion of Course and Faculty Questionnaires within the next few days. I want to take this opportunity to remind faculty to use a student proctor to administer and return the questionnaires. Each packet includes student proctor instructions. We have had numerous instances of faculty members returning their own surveys to our office. To ensure validity of the results we ask that you follow the instructions in your packets.
Ask a student representative to distribute the materials. Request that the student representative collect the materials at the end of the time you have designated for the Questionnaire. Ask the student to:
1) Place all surveys into the blue inter-office envelope marked “Return to Academic Services”
2) Return the completed forms to the following locations.
Brighton Campus: Campus Mail – the main receptacle can be found in Building 1, first floor outside of Room 1-103
Damon City Campus: Anne Kirkpatrick, Faculty Secretary, Room 4225, 8:00am-4:00pm Integrated Learning Center, Room 4258, 4:00pm-7:00pm and Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm. If both offices are closed, place the envelopes under the door of Room 4225.
Applied Technologies: Main Office, Room 158
PSTF: Box outside Room 216M
The Questionnaires must be returned no later than the last day of classes, May 18, 2012.
In accordance with the Faculty Senate Policy, the Student Opinion Questionnaire may be administered anytime, at the discretion of the departments/faculty, between now and the last day of classes for the spring semester. It is recommended that the questionnaire not be administered within a two-day period of a unit or final exam.
Any narrative form of the survey must be designed, conducted and collected through departmental processes and will not be connected to the college-wide instrument. The surveys will be processed during early June. If you have any questions regarding the procedure, please call Sue Smith, Extension 2195. We thank you for your assistance in this important project.