At Harding University we value our student's feedback and continually strive for excellence in teaching and communicating with our students. For this reason, we ask our students every semester to go online and complete evaluations for their courses. These evaluations are a simple online process that takes a small amount of time. The information gathered from these evaluations is reviewed and analyzed by deans and department chairs to insure that students are receiving the best possible educational experience. The instructors also have a opportunity to review comments made by students to improve communication. All comments left by students are strictly confidential. We ask you to give honest, constructive feedback. The teacher evaluation process is of great value to the experience at Harding University!
As a note of appreciation to participants, students who complete all of their evaluations are given the opportunity to register one day early for classes in the following semester.
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Note: EvaluationKIT is our new Teacher Evaluation program. It is integrated with Canvas & Pipeline. If you are logged in to your Pipeline account simply click on the link above and you will be directed to your EvaluationKIT homepage. If you are not logged into your Pipeline account you will need to do so and then use the link above.
EvaluationKIT is our new Teacher Evaluation program. It is integrated with Canvas & Pipeline. If you are logged in to your Pipeline account simply click on the link below and you will be directed to your EvaluationKIT homepage. If you are not logged into Harding Pipeline account you will need to enter your HU username and password.
Every year the department heads review each teacher evaluation to look for any problems that may have arisen. Teachers are not allowed access to their evaluations until your grades have been released. Your comments and ratings will also remain anonymous so that you are protected from any unfair treatment.
Classes are usually evaluated in the last week of the class, before finals begin. The only exceptions are classes with less than 4 students, labs, and classes with guest lectures.