The purpose of this study is to find out whether the faculty members' appreciation level to evaluation of the teaching by the students differ significantly according to the gender, academic title, teaching experience of the faculty members, and student ratings of faculty members' teaching activities. The data were collected by the scale including 10 items from 62 faculty members. Causal relationship model was administered in the study. The data was analyzed by using the Mann Withney U, Kruskal Wallis H and bivariate correlation tests. Results indicate that the most of the faculty members appreciate to evaluation of the teaching by the students. The faculty members' reactions about this issue do not differentiate regarding the genders, academic titles and teaching experiences of them. Besides, there is positive, significant and low relationship between the faculty members' appreciation level to evaluation of the teaching by the students and student ratings on their teaching.