UB Course Evaluations is where you, as a UB student, can share your opinions about the effectiveness of the UB academic experience and provide feedback on your instructors.
Once you complete a course at UB, it's important to reflect on the experience. How effective was the teaching? Did you learn what you expected to learn? Did it meet your expectations?
When you complete a course evaluation you give faculty and administrators the tools to strengthen UB's course offerings and improve student learning across the university.
Instructors cannot see individual responses. Instructors and administrators receive a summary report that compiles responses across all students in the class. Course reports are not released for sections with response rates lower than five students. However, be sure not to include any identifiable information about yourself in open-ended answers.
Course evaluations can be completed using a web browser on any computer, tablet or smartphone, from on- or off-campus.
Students should set up their email filters to allow emails from @smartevals.com
After course evaluations are closed for the semester, UB instructors and administrators receive reports with the feedback that you and your classmates provided. This information is used to improve teaching techniques, course content and many other factors that affect the learning experience at UB.
The University at Buffalo has ownership of data from student evaluations of courses. The university may release quantitative evaluation results of core items (questions) for the courses that exceed the set minimum response rates to students with password protected access.
UBCE has been designed to make it fast, easy and convenient for students to complete course evaluations.
In light of recent email phishing attempts purporting to be from UB Course Evaluations, we would like to remind everyone that all official UBCE correspondence will come from Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Graham Hammill. For more information on reporting phishing attempts, please visit the UBIT website.