Qualtrics Survey Tool
Log into Qualtrics
Qualtrics, an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys.
All CVTC faculty, staff, and students have access to Qualtrics. If prompted, enter your MyCVTC username and password, click LOGIN.
If you have questions about your account, contact Andrew Baldwin.
Training & Support
Qualtrics provides robust training resources and support for learning the software. If you are new to Qualtrics or need a refresher, we recommend the Quick Start with Qualtrics on-demand webinar.
For additional help, visit Qualtrics Online Support or Contact Qualtrics Support by chat, email, or phone.
Is there a cost to use Qualtrics?
The Information Technology department covers the cost of the Chippewa Valley Technical College license; there is no charge to users.
Is there a limit to the number of surveys I can create or survey responses I can receive?
Both the number of surveys and survey responses are unlimited.
Can I distribute Qualtrics surveys to participants outside of Chippewa Valley Technical College?
Yes, you can distribute your surveys to anyone via email, social media, QR code, or by using a link that can be posted on a website or elsewhere. Review the survey distributions overview for all your options.
How can students create a Qualtrics account?
A Qualtrics link is located within the Resources & Tools section in the MyCVTC Student Portal.
When do I need to receive Institutional Research (IR) department approval before distributing a survey?
When distributing a survey to a widespread of CVTC students, alumni, faculty, staff, or community, IR approval is required. For more information, see the College Policy: Institutional and Academic Surveys.
When do I need to receive Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval before distributing a survey?
Your research project should be submitted to the IRB if it involves the collection of data from human subjects and fits the definition listed as follows. “Research” is defined as a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge through public dissemination such as published articles, presentations, or poster displays. For more information, see the College Procedure: Institutional and Academic Surveys.