修改方向，及教學評鑑相關配套措施之建議。 As a result of repid expansion of higher education in Taiwan, the issue over how to maintain higher education quality has become one of the top pritories in national education policy. In this context, student evaluation of teaching has become a crucial indicator for judging faculty teaching quality. However, due to students＇lack of professional judgement and experience in teaching evaluation, skeptism and doublts have aroused in questioning such student-oriented questionnaires' legitimacy and validity. Despite criticisms, student-led evaluation survey has become the major tool in assessing faculty teaching effectiveness in Taiwan, which not only plays an essential role in deciding faculty rank promotion, the approval of research assistant application, and sabbatical, as well as many other academic rewards. A call demanding more thorough and compresensive survey couple with the inclusion of more support systems deserves more attention. A case study on the status quo of National Chengchi University in this regard is thus carried out since teaching evaluation system has been implemented for almost two decades. A series of focus group interview and survey questionnaires among faculty and students were conducted for data collection. Research result will not only shed light on higher education literature, but also provide an in-depth example for the betterment of university teaching quality.