UES Class Evaluations
The Universal Evaluation System (UES) is UT Dallas' tool for course and instructor evaluation. As of Fall 2013, online evaluations are mandatory for all undergraduate and graduate classes with 5 or more students (classes with less than 5 students are evaluated by request). Evaluation responses are anonymous. Evaluation results are publicly available on CourseBook - student comments are not publicly available.
Priority Access to Grades
In addition to being eligible for the incentive prize drawings, students who complete ALL their course evaluations will also be given priority access to view their grades in CourseBook before grades are made available in Orion. CourseBook is updated several times each day. Once your professor enters the grades, they will appear in CourseBook after the next refresh.
Email Based Class Evaluation
You may be invited to evaluation specific classes and/or instructors via an email from the UES system. Each email is personally generated for the recipient and contains a web address (URL) which will link directly to the evaluation page. Just click the link embedded in the email to start the evaluation - no login is required.
Got a UES Token?
If you have received an UES token (a unique, one time use code), it may be used to perform a class evaluation. In the box below, enter the token code exactly as it appears in your token document, including dashes to begin your evaluation. All tokens have an expiration time and can be used only once.
To start the evaluation, enter your token code and press the start evaluation button.
Viewing Evaluation Results
All evaluation results are openly available in CourseBook. School administrators may contact the Provost's Technology Group to learn about the UES Reporter - an alternate way to access results.
Help with Class Evaluations
Questions about class evaluations may be directed to the Provost's Technology Group +1.972.883.6969 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.