Info for Students: How to Make Your USAT Results Count
Your opinion matters to the instructor(s) who is teaching your course and to the department head, Dean, and your fellow students. The Queen's University Faculty Association (QUFA) Collective Agreement, Article 29.3.3 provides that, "The USAT shall be administered through the Office of the University Registrar, and in such a way as to afford all the students in a given course or class a reasonable chance to respond."
Please take the following precautions to make sure that your response counts:
- Red ink does not scan. Please use HB pencils or blue or black ink pens to complete your evaluation forms.
- Fill in the bubbles completely. Check marks will not scan properly.
- Make sure you understand the response scale. A "5" indicates strong agreement with an item and a "1" indicates strong disagreement.
- Enter a single response for each item. Multiple responses for the same item are ignored by the scanner.
- Please do not fold or crumple your form. Damaged forms do not scan properly.
- Don't forget your comments! Please complete the back of the form with specific comments regarding the course. Your form will go to your instructor after submission of final marks for the course. This is your opportunity to tell your instructor what you enjoyed about the course and what improvements you feel could be made.