ABSTRACT The use of student evaluations has been shown to be a valid and reliable method of evaluating instruction; however, student surveys designed for general use do not fully meet the needs of foreign language instructors and planners. This article presents a thirty-five item, scaled questionnaire that includes questions designed to elicit information needed to evaluate foreign language teacher effectiveness and the perceived value of course content, plus data needed to determine relevant characteristics of students taking part in the survey. Uses of the information obtained are discussed. The results of a survey using this questionnaire carried out in first- and second-year Spanish classes at a large public university are presented, in addition to a comparison of data from the administration of the questionnaire in first-semester Spanish and a second administration three semesters later. Significant improvement in several areas had occurred.