Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses
The Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses (SETC) initiative is an online system employed by approximately 50% of SFU departments and schools.
SFU has a strong commitment to teaching and learning, and the SETC initiative is a reflection of this commitment. Its goal is to provide tools and guidelines that enable instructors and administrators to collect and use evaluation data responsibly to support teaching, which will in turn enhance student learning.
- As per Vice-President Academic and Provost, pro-term, Dr. Jon Driver's announcement on March 23rd, SETC will be suspending normal evaluation operations for the Spring 2020 term. Please go to our Spring 2020: COVID-19 page to access SETC questions and other resources to support gathering online feedback for this term.
- SETC has moved to the Centre for Educational Excellence (CEE). Operations will continue as usual. To read more click here.
- Find out more about the new evaluation form for C900 Distance Courses.
- Starting in Fall 2019, your academic unit will have the option of including Sessional Instructors in the SETC System!
The evaluation form for Sessional Instructors will include University-level questions and Instructor-selected/created questions, but unlike the form for SFUFA members, it will not include Faculty- or Unit-level questions.