Home » Get Support » Webcourses@UCF Support » Student Perception of Instruction (SPI) Student Perception of Instruction (SPI) The Student Perception of Instruction (SPI) is a confidential and anonymous evaluation of course instruction which allows you to give feedback about your courses and instructors. Each course’s online questionnaire includes ONLY 11 questions (9 multiple choice and 2 open comment questions) that will not be shared with your teachers or their departments until AFTER grades are posted. SPIs can be completed each semester through the myUCF portal. Most courses, regardless of the delivery mode, will have an online SPI evaluation. The SPIs are available for two weeks prior to the last day of class. If the SPIs for your class are not available, students should then contact the Registrar’s Office and have them check the SPI schedule. Reporting Complaints About Inappropriate Conduct or Unethical Behavior Please keep in mind that the Student Perception of Instruction is not the method you should use to report complaints about inappropriate conduct or unethical behavior. Don’t wait to report something that doesn’t seem right. If you believe you’ve experienced or witnessed faculty or staff misconduct, report it to the UCF IntegrityLine. All reports will be taken seriously. To find out how to report additional concerns or issues, or learn about resources available, check out http://www.ucf.edu/report. If you are not sure where to go or who to talk to? Start with the Ombuds Office. Some Courses Do Not Generate an SPI Internships, thesis, independent study, non-graded labs, practicum, dissertation and research do not require students to complete an SPI. Student Support for SPI Students should contact the UCF Service Desk at 407-823-5117 or email@example.com for all other SPI related support inquiries. Faculty Support for SPI UCF Faculty should contact Faculty Excellence via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for all SPI related support inquiries.