End-of-term evaluations help ensure course curriculum and instruction meet Boise State University’s academic standards of excellence.
At the end of each semester, concurrent enrollment students are given an opportunity to evaluate the quality and experience of their course curriculum and instruction using Boise State’s web-based system, CourseEval. Evaluations include multiple choice and open-ended questions that allow students to provide feedback regarding the course subject, instructional method, and preferences. This information is instrumental in allowing the Concurrent Enrollment Program at Boise State to improve each year.
The information shared by students remains completely anonymous and made available to instructors only after final grades have been submitted.
Logging into CourseEval
To log into the CourseEval application, students will need their myBoiseState username and password.
- If you have already set up your myBoiseState account: Log in to the CourseEval system using your myBoiseState username and password at the Bronco Course Evaluations web page.
Note: If it has been 90 days or more since you have set up your myBoiseState account, you will need to reset your password before you can log in to CourseEval.
- If you have NOT set up your myBoiseState account: Visit my.boisestate.edu and click the link “Create/Reset Password”. Set up your account using the username and student ID (provided in your welcome email or letter from Admissions) to complete the form. Your instructor can also provide this information. Once your myBoiseState account is set up, you can log in to the CourseEval system using your myBoiseState username and password at the Bronco Course Evaluations web page.
Contact us for more information about Boise State Concurrent Enrollment.