toward academic programs can be earned at Quinsigamond through the development
of a portfolio. Pending approval from the instructional dean, a faculty member
is hired to review and evaluate the experience that you document in your
portfolio. Generally organized in a notebook or folder, this comprehensive
documentation showcases the competencies, formal training, and/or general
knowledge you have attained through life experiences and clearly demonstrates
that it is worthy of college credit. Program restrictions apply.
If you are interested in earning credit
through a Portfolio Assessment, here are your next steps:
developing a portfolio with your advisor to determine how it fits into your
an initial appointment with a staff member in Academic Support Services,
Room 272A, to learn more about portfolio development and to determine if
your prior learning is appropriate for portfolio assessment.
your portfolio, based on QCC portfolio recommended guidelines, see page 10.
BE SURE TO KEEP A COPY OF ALL DOCUMENTATION.
a follow-up meeting to finalize the application process.
your request has been approved by the appropriate instructional dean, and an
instructor has agreed to serve as your faculty advisor, you will be notified
will be asked to register and pay for your credits before your portfolio is
instructor will contact you to set up a time for the formal evaluation.
If your portfolio does not demonstrate
adequate information, it is advised that you complete a withdrawal form. These
are available in the Registrarís Office.
Advanced Placement | CLEP
DANTES | Challenge
Credentialing | Portfolio Assessment
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