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College of Liberal Arts Course Evaluations

This is a second reminder that faculty-course evaluations for the Fall 2012 session course(s) in which you have enrolled are NOW available online for you to complete, as a mandatory part of the evaluation for your professor and their course. During this fall semester, all course evaluations for classes within Communications, Economics, English, Fine Arts, History and Geography, Liberal Arts Orientation, Military Science, Museum Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology, and World Languages and International Studies must be completed through Blackboard.

Between now and Sunday, December 2, at 11:59 P.M., log into Blackboard and click the “Course Evaluations” link on the left in the “Tools” panel on the “My MSU Blackboard” tab. You will be directed to a page which lists all of your available surveys. From there you can click through and complete the survey(s).

Or, if you have a smartphone, download the free EACMobile for EAC Outcomes course evaluation app: Itunes – http://bit.ly/wFhMLt, Android – http://bit.ly/xLTDPE, or Windows – http://bit.ly/NaW3p1. Select Morgan State University from the list of schools, log in with your Blackboard password, and complete any available survey(s).

Thank you if you have already completed this process. If you have withdrawn from any courses listed, please ignore the specific related survey.

If you should encounter any problems or have any questions, please contact the Office of the Dean via CLA@morgan.edu.

Thank you for your participation in completing this important evaluation of your Morgan classes.

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