Evaluate Your Course
In a few minutes, you can help shape future Extension School courses. Participate today and enter a raffle to win $250.
Students are notified by e-mail when the evaluation period for their course opens, so please be sure your e-mail client will accept messages from email@example.com.
How long does the evaluation take to complete?
The evaluation takes five to 15 minutes a course, depending on the detail of your answers. If you start the evaluation and find you don’t have time to complete it, you can save your answers and log in to finish anytime until 11:59 pm on the last day of the evaluation period for your course. View a sample course evaluation questionnaire.
Can I change my mind about my evaluation?
You may log in to revise your evaluation anytime until until 11:59 pm on the last day of the evaluation period for your course.
Are evaluations confidential?
Your answers are confidential. We will not share any identifying information with your instructor or teaching assistant, and we will not release the results to your instructor until he or she has submitted final grades to the registrar.
Why can’t I see my grade until I complete my evaluation?
We ask that you rate your experience, not your performance, in your class(es). As instructors cannot grade based on evaluations, we ask that you do not evaluate based on grades.
How do I enter the raffle?
Once you complete the online course evaluation, you will be asked if you want to enter the raffle to win a $250 check or Extension tuition waiver. One raffle entry per person.
Can I see evaluation results for other courses?
Numerical results are available at the Grossman Library and 51 Brattle Street. Extension School degree candidates have online access.
What kind of web browser do I need?
You will need to have the current version of Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari, or Google’s Chrome.
Course evaluation dates
January 13 to January 19
- (24110) GOVT E-4000 (J1)
- (24597) GOVT E-4002 (J5)
- (24575) PHYS E-1lab (J4)
January 20 to January 26
- All other January courses
October 26 to November 3
- (14840) MUSE E-122 Audience Engagement: How Museums Learned to Love their Visitors
- (14793)MUSE E-171 Museums and the Politics of Exclusion
November 9 to November 19
- (14813) ECON E-1920a Capital Markets and Investments: Portfolio Construction
- (14570) GOVT E-1053 Emergency Ethics: Confronting a Global Crisis
- (14746) GOVT E-1796a National Security Strategy 2030
December 10 to December 23
- All other fall courses