Course Evaluations

Georgetown launched a new course evaluation system (Blue) in Summer 2022 as the previous platform (CoursEval) was decommissioned. As part of the transition, OADS migrated instructor’s historical evaluation reports from terms prior to Summer 2022 into confidential Box folders. Invitations with access to a 10-year quantitative summary and five years of individual reports were distributed in partnership with UIS on December 20, 2022. For information on the secure Box platform, please see Georgetown’s Box webpage.

Reports for terms after Summer 2022 may be found directly within Blue. To login to Blue, please leave the Username and Password fields blank when you select your User Group from the dropdown menu. This trigger’s GU’s SSO, where your NetID and Password will bring you to your course evaluation homepage.

For questions about this system and the course evaluation process in general, please contact us at

If you have questions about your course evaluation responses, results or process, please contact us at, and we will respond within 24 hours.

Additionally, if you have other concerns about your overall experiences or interactions in a course, consider contacting the Office of the Student Ombuds (OSO). This office provides a confidential space where all main campus undergraduate and graduate students can discuss any University-related questions, concerns and disputes. When you visit the Office, the Student Ombuds will listen to your concerns in a respectful and non-judgmental way and can help you think through problems, clarify policies, empower you to explore options, and connect you to resources or information relevant to your situation.

The Ombuds does not advocate for the University or for any individual point of view, and does not participate in any formal grievance process but works to promote a fair process for all. Students have visited the OSO for any number of reasons including, but not limited to, their learning and classroom environment, communication issues with faculty or staff, housing, meal plan, financial issues, roommate problems, disciplinary process, administrative procedures and policy clarification.

To schedule an appointment: send an email to, or call (202) 784-1081 to leave a voice message with the best way to reach you (phone, text, email). Learn more about the Student Ombuds and OSO services: