The purpose of this article is to illustrate how student feedback was used for instructional improvement in a sequence of Engineering Calculus courses. The methods that are employed here are appropriate for other classrooms and disciplines. This article describes the instruction that the students received and the feedback that the students provided. This feedback was used to design the next mathematics course that these students completed. After completing the next course, the students were asked to provide feedback on the changes that had been made. An earlier version of this paper titled, "Using Student Feedback to Improve Instruction in Engineering Calculus", appears in the Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, Kansas City, MO, 2000.