Instructions for Accessing Results in MOCES

These instructions reference how to view numerical results and student comments within the MOCES system. 

Logging in to MOCES 

Open an internet browser and go to:

Once the page has loaded you should see the Login screen below.  Type in your Marquette email and click Next. 

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Enter your Marquette password on the next screen and click “Sign In”. 

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Accessing the Evaluation Reports 

Once you log in, you should see the My Reports screen below.  (Note, if you do not see this screen, then move your mouse arrow over the Bar graph icon labeled “Reports” in the upper left-hand corner of the screen, and select Evaluation Reports from the drop down menu that appears. 

If you did not teach any classes that were evaluated in the most recent semester, you should see an option to view past reports; this will take you to the Evaluation Reports screen. Department chairs and deans will see all classes that they have been authorized to view.

The My Reports screen should display any reports available to you from the most recent evaluation session, including response rate information and the date the evaluation closed.  If you taught a class that was included in the evaluation but received no responses, you will see this class in your list but will not be able to generate a report.

Select the View Report icon to view the report for an individual class.

Select the All Reports icon to move to a screen where you may choose to view all reports available to you for a given evaluation session.

Select the Preview Survey icon to view the survey as it was presented to students in your class.

TEST 1000 102 Test Summer 2016 Course Evaluation – Test  View Report No responses have been received Closes in 6 day Response Rate TEST 2000 102 Test 2 Summer 2016 Course Evaluation (Session 1 Test)  View Report Closed on July 11 Response Rate


If you choose the All Reports icon, you’ll be directed to the Evaluation Reports screen, where you can choose to view all reports available to you.

Make sure the Year is set to whichever year of evaluations you’d like to see. Select “Show All” for the Period. The Survey Status should show “Closed”. Select “Show All” for the Survey. Alternatively, you can select the specific Survey of interest from the drop-down box (Different sessions and semesters will have different Survey names).


 Home  Surveys  Reports Help Exit Type Year Period Status Survey Department View Setting Evaluation Reports  Course Number-Section ID Survey Name Close Date Course Name Responsible Faculty Responses Received Responses expected  Percentage of Responses Include Access Role

Creating an Evaluation Report 

The column on the far right of the table that lists your course(s) allows you to include or exclude courses from the report. (NOTE: Department chairs and deans will see all classes that they have been authorized to view.) Once you have selected the course(s) that you would like to view, click the View Report link on the right side of the table. This will open another window, which will display your results for all the classes you have selected to include. A partial evaluation report is shown below.

Test Survey Course responsible Faculty How was this class as a whole? How was the content of this class? Responses:  E = Excellent 6 VG = Very Good 5 G = Good 4 F = Fail 3 P = Poor 2 VP = Very Poor 1 This class positively impacted my comprehension of written material in this subject This class positively impacted my problem-solving abilities in this subject. This class positively impacted my ability to communicate orally and/or in writing. This class was intellectually challenging  Evaluations of course work (e.g. exams, papers) were consistent with class learning objectives. Assistance and/or extra help were available outside of class time. Expectation of students were clearly. Responses: SA = Strongly Agree 6 A = Agree 5 SA = Somewhat Agree 4 SD = Somewhat Disagree 3 D = Disagree 2  SD = Strongly Disagree 1


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