Graduation Project
4a. The Portfolio: Guidelines
The portfolio should serve as a learning record of the process and progress as the journey unfolds through all the steps of the graduation project, including periodic reflections. This physical record of the process and progress will help you keep track of your work. Additionally, this record will help your mentor and academic advisor monitor your project as it develops.

Portfolio Guidelines are as follows:
  1. The appearance and format should be neat and orderly.

  2. The portfolio should be organized using a table of contents.

  3. All forms and content should meet the requirements of the portfolio.

  4. The portfolio should demonstrate depth in academic and personal growth.

  5. The portfolio reflection should provide insight into how the student has anticipated and dealt with changes and contingencies.

  6. The portfolio construction should employ technology.
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