Since their introductions 95 years ago, Student Evaluations of Teaching (SET) have been widely practiced in higher education. Nevertheless, SET is not yet stale topic in higher education. SET has been the subject of several validity studies with much of the research focusing on traditional evidence of validity. Today, for enhancing the validity of Student evaluations, we need to conduct validity investigation on their use and consequences. The research study reported in this book explores the applicability and the efficacy of SET and takes the additional step of delineating influenced aspects of teaching and administrative practices. The findings also take cognizance of the respondents' recommendations in order to boost the quality of ratings information. The population comprised 191 administrators and 1139 faculty members from 15 faculties at one of the leading research universities in Malaysia. It is expected that the findings will bring valuable insight and understanding to help the university authorities as well as all faculty members to achieve more success in using SET and consequently, in enhancing the quality of instruction in higher education.