Students are required to maintain an academic portfolio during all four years of the PharmD program. The portfolio helps students to reflect on their professional development, to seek additional experience where needed, and provides them with a creative means for documenting progress. Projects, assignments, and activities completed in the course of experiential learning should be included in the portfolio as evidence of mastery of the curricular outcomes. In the P3 and P4 years, students will maintain both Presentation and Assessment Portfolios. Portfolio submission requirements and portfolio review expectations will be presented to each class in a training session prior to the start of the academic year.