Student Instructional Rating Survey Results
The Student Instructional Rating Survey (SIRS) is a University-wide survey of students for their comments about their experiences in the classroom. The results are used by the individual instructors, departments, schools and the University for the assessment and improvement of teaching. Faculty members are asked to provide summaries of the student survey statistics for personnel decisions, such as tenure, promotion or merit-based pay. SIRS is conducted at the end of every semester by the Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research.
To access these data, please use your account name and password from your Rutgers NetID (username for eden, rci, andromeda, pegasus, crab, clam, etc.). If asked to accept the security certificate, click "Yes" or "OK" (this will protect your password).
Please use the link above to access SIRS results. However, if you wish to use our old site, you may still log in here with your NetID to view SIRS results from years prior to 2005.
Problems logging in?
If you have a currently-running survey, log in to the Survey Dashboard on Sakai to rate your courses.
Fall 2012 Surveys: Are available now at https://sirs.ctaar.rutgers.edu/ .
Spring 2013 Surveys: most surveys will begin on April 22, 2013, but dates vary. Check the Current Surveys List to see the survey dates for specific courses.
Department Administrators should use the SIRS Results Archive.
- Please be advised that the University Counsel has determined that posting Student Instructional Rating Survey information for Teaching Assistants must cease as of Fall 2004 because of the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99). Therefore no records for any Teaching Assistants will be available on this site as of Fall 2004 and for future terms.
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