Saving a Customized Scan Form
Good news! You can now save a copy of the scan form PDF after including your customizations (i.e., items inserted using pull-down menus, typed-in items, questions hidden with use of toggles). Go here to learn how.
This is the complete library of scan forms – categorized by content.
Completing and including this new, universal cover sheet is mandatory when submitting scan forms to Organizational Development.
Customer Satisfaction / Customer Satisfaction with Client Change
Use one of these to meet a customer satisfaction reporting requirement but they can be used by any county or unit. Includes standard customer satisfaction forms (cannot be modified) and customer satisfaction forms with client change (customized with your own items and questions).
Outcome Programs – 4-H
For some of the major outcome programs in 4-H/Youth Development.
Outcome Programs – ANR
For some of the major outcome programs in Agriculture/Natural Resources.
Outcome Programs – FCS
For some of the major outcome programs in Family/Consumer Sciences.
Outcome Programs – Generic
Generic forms that can be used with any program area.
Outcome Programs – Tests of Knowledge
Create your own True-False or Multiple Choice test of knowledge in any program area.
Outcome Programs – Other
For some of the major outcome programs in other areas.
Prairie View A&M University – Cooperative Extension Programs (1890)
These forms are specific to 1890 programs and have the appropriate logo.
Use these forms as a follow-up with participants to collect data on actual adoption of best practices /technologies and actual economic benefit months or years after a program.
Retired Forms (Past Events) for Example Only
These forms are no longer in use. They serve as examples questionnaires only.
Spanish Language Forms
For Spanish-speaking audiences.
Volunteer Management (new!)
Evaluation for volunteers to complete on their experiences and impact of volunteering with Extension.
- When using a scan form for an evaluation, always print it here rather than making copies from an existing one – as forms change occasionally and this web page will have the most recent version of the form.
- Check back here regularly for new forms.