SRTEs: Penn State’s instrument for gathering student feedback at the end of a course.
Approved by the University Faculty Senate in 1985, the
Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
is responsible for their oversight and the
Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence
manages the SRTE process and helps facilitate appropriate use of SRTE data.
Administrators have access to all 2021 SRTEs. For more information, see
Guidance on Assessment of Effective Teaching from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs;
p. 8, provides a summary table of access decisions from spring 2020 - present.
The SRTE Short Form will continue to be used until further notice. First used in fall 2020, the text of the new items is
All 2020 SRTE results (spring, summer, fall) are only available to instructors.
||Nov 28 - Dec 11
||Apr 17 - 30
1 Dates for a traditional semester.
2 This is the latest date results are released. Results are typically available within 5 business days after course grades
are recorded in LionPath. The final release date for courses without grades is based on the Registrar's Activity Calendar.