Your opinion matters! At San Jacinto College, we use your feedback to improve our classes, practices, and overall institution. Whether you’re currently enrolled or a member of the faculty, please take a few minutes to give us the feedback we need to make positive change.

End of Course Evaluation Surveys

We use the End of Course Survey (EOCS) system for you to provide feedback. The system is a web-based survey tool that allows users to access surveys through most internet browsers and mobile devices. 

Use your San Jac username and password to log in. This is the same username and password you use to access Blackboard and SOS.

Take the Survey

Surveying 101


When to Take the Survey

The end of class surveys are available during the second-to-last week of class. For example, if you’re enrolled in a four-week class, the survey will be available during week three.

More specifically, the survey will be available 11 days before the end of a course and will remain open for seven days. If you do not have a course ending in the next 11 days, you will not see a survey to complete.

Anonymous Responses

Your responses to the end of course evaluation surveys remain anonymous. The system is designed so that instructors can’t identify a student based on multiple choice responses. Unless you identify yourself in the written comments, those responses also remain anonymous.

Additionally, survey results are not released to faculty until after final grades have been submitted for the course.

Survey FAQs


Students and employees who need to recover their San Jacinto College network password can do so here: 

For external users of the survey system or other special accounts, please email for assistance.

This is a problem that happens on Internet Explorer. If this happens, you can try using a different browser, like Google Chrome or Firefox. 

To fix the problem on Internet Explorer, you may need to change the privacy settings to accept cookies. To do this:

  1. Go to the Tools menu and select Internet Options
  2. Click on the Privacy tab
  3. Move the slider to Medium
  4. Click Apply and then OK

San Jacinto College adheres to strict standards for moral and ethical research. Survey data collected generally are used to support continuous improvement efforts across all areas of the college; any other collection and use of data within the college must be reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board. The Department of Institutional Research & Data Science should be notified of any research to be conducted within the college or as part of college operations.


Faculty Resources

Response rate

Checking Your Response Activity

After logging in to the survey system, you will see a list of courses with surveys. Clicking on the link for a course will open the Subject View. The Response Rate area of that view indicates how many total students were invited to the survey and how many have responded.
Response Details

Increasing Survey Engagement

In the Subject View, the Response Details section lists all students invited to complete the survey and the status of their email invitation (highlighted). You may click on the individual email link to send a student a personal email (blue arrow). You may also use the email button at the bottom of the page to send a bulk email to all students in the course that have not yet completed the survey (red arrow).

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