Help us develop and maintain high quality programs and services by giving us your feedback. There are several ways for students to make suggestions or report problems, anonymously or in person.
We offer an annual student survey, as well as occasional topical surveys, and our exit survey, which is a graduation requirement. We share the results with the dean, associate deans, departments, and student organization leadership and we also use them to shape future Student Town Hall meetings.
Annual Student Survey
We want to know how things are going. Each fall, we ask all students to take 10 minutes to tell us what we're doing well and how we can improve. Help us develop and maintain high quality programs and services. Look for our next survey in the fall of 2016.
One of the graduation requirements for all Pitt Public Health students is completing our Exit Survey. This survey is anonymous and meant to be taken as close to the end of your program as possible. It’s open from November-January (for December grads) and March-September (for April, June, and August grads) each year. Thoughtful responses to this survey are important as we strive to improve our students’ experience.
Student Town Hall Meetings
Join Associate Deans Cindy Bryce and Eleanor Feingold and the rest of the Office of Student Affairs for a Student Town Hall meeting. We’ll bring the refreshments and tell you about the latest news and upcoming events. Stop by and discuss your questions, concerns, or ideas for the school year. Have a town hall topic to suggest? Drop it in the comment box! Stay tuned for future dates!
Pitt Public Health Online Comment Box
You don’t have to wait for an official survey to tell us something. You can visit the comment box at any time. The link is also available in the body of the Weekly Update email each week. The comment box can be used anonymously, but if you have a question to which you’d like a response, please leave your name and email address in the comment. Use the comment box for anything you’d like brought to the attention of the Dean and Associate Deans.
Completing course evaluations in a thoughtful manner helps faculty members improve their courses and also provides useful information to your peers through the Course Evaluation Portal. Quantitative data is available by course, faculty, and term, and is posted four-six weeks after the term ends.