Course Performance Reports
A Course Performance Report (CPR) provides valuable feedback to students, parents, and, on occasion, to college admissions offices. At the end of the course, instructors will receive an email for each course taught, with links to a CPR form for each student enrolled in their course. Instructors are required to complete the CPRs within two weeks after the last day of class.
Guide to Writing a CPR:
- Keep in mind that students often use CPRs in lieu of a letter of recommendation, and they should therefore reflect the same sort of care in writing as you would take with such letters.
- Comments should be substantive and point explicitly to the quality of work done in the context of the course expectations.
- If the student failed to fulfill the course expectations, focus especially on what was not done or was done inadequately, and without drawing conclusions about the students character or motivation.
Certificate of Completion
Students who have completed the course successfully (grade of “S”) will receive a Certificate of Completion signed by the Dean of the Division of Pre-College and Summer Undergraduate Programs.
Before the end of each course, students are emailed a Course Evaluation Form so they may provide quantitative and qualitative feedback. Instructors are advised to remind and encourage their students to fill out the Course Evaluation Form to ensure a high completion rate.
All instructors receive a Faculty Evaluation Form at the completion of their course(s). We seek your views on your experience teaching for us in order to improve our support and to strengthen our programs.
On-Site Director Responsibilities
Within two weeks of the program’s conclusion, the On-Site Director is responsible for the following:
- Submit student health, emergency, and disciplinary issues via the Incident Report Form.
- Submit program receipts and final report outlining program expenses and staff reimbursements via the Off-Site Programs Expense Form.
- Ship program cell phones and supplies back to our office.
- Debrief with Program Director.