HTC students must complete portfolios of their work during their sophomore, junior, and senior year in the college. They are required to present their portfolios in an academic review with their Director of Studies. Dean Webster joins the senior review meeting to help vet the thesis prospectus. The portfolios are meant to encourage students to reflect on their time in the college, the quality of their work, their plans for the future, and where they can improve academically.
All HTC portfolios must contain an updated summary of your previous tutorials and curriculum vita. The HTC CV guidelines are available here.
Sophomore and Junior Portfolio
The purpose of the Sophomore and Junior Portfolio Review meetings is to discuss your academic progress and assess your goals. The meetings with your Director of Studies typically occur during Advising Week in fall semester.
The sophomore and junior guidelines are available here.
The Senior Portfolio Review is designed to provide you with an opportunity to both reflect on your academic and personal progress, as well as discuss the thesis work you intend to do. It is also designed to allow a discussion of future plans and insure that you are on track to graduate.
The senior guidelines are available here.