Qualtrics Survey Application

Campus License

Texas A&M University has a campus site license for Qualtrics, a software-as-a-service application for designing, distributing and analyzing surveys. License costs are shared via subscription by college, division, department or other group. The license is administered by the Texas A&M Software Center.

Faculty and Staff Accounts

Your college, division, department or group must be a subscriber of the Qualtrics campus site license to be eligible for an individual user account. Look up your group's designated contact below and send an email to request an account. If your department is interested in becoming a new Qualtrics subscriber, send an email to the Texas A&M Software Center at softwarecenter@tamu.edu.

Students Accounts

Students interested in using Qualtrics for coursework should obtain an account from their designated college contact below. Surveys conducted for coursework require course instructor supervision.

Students interested in using Qualtrics for independent research, such as thesis or dissertation research, and who are not enrolled in one of the colleges listed below, should contact:

Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Evaluation
Dongling Zhan
979.862.7376
survey@tamu.edu

Student organization leaders and advisors interested in assessment or program evaluation can contact:

Student Life Studies
Darby Roberts
979.862.5624
sls@tamu.edu

Panels

Texas A&M's Qualtrics has a panel containing data about students, faculty and staff, which may be queried to supply survey recipients. This panel is only available to approved survey administrators. Since the student data is protected by the Family Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA), proof of FERPA training and approval by the survey administrator's department head is required before access will be granted. For more about requesting access contact:

Texas A&M IT
Sally Yang
979.845.8300
syang@tamu.edu

Subscriber Groups & Contacts

  • Bush School of Government & Public Service
    Ron Szabo
  • College of Education & Human Development
    Ben Smith