College of Education and Allied Professions

Graduate Assessment System Policy

Policies for Graduate Students Regarding the Electronic Portfolio/Assessment System

Graduate students in the following academic programs or situations are required to have a Watermark (formerly Tk20) account:

  • MAT in Comprehensive Education – all concentrations
  • MAED in Comprehensive Education – all concentrations
  • Students in a teacher licensure-only or add-on program
  • Students who are not pursuing a degree program but are taking courses that have a Watermark requirement, including RALC students

Graduate students will purchase accounts directly from Watermark once you are enrolled in the first course in your program. Watermark accounts last 7 years. If you take longer than this amount of time to graduate, you must add time to your Watermark account at your own expense.

All students required to have a Watermark account must submit designated course assignments and other requirements for initial and continuing licensure through Watermark. These assignments and other requirements will not be accepted through other means.

Programs within the College of Education and Allied Professions may designate assignments in other courses and other requirements that must be submitted through Watermark. When programs designate assignments or other requirements that must be submitted through Watermark, the program is responsible for communicating the requirements to students.

For more information, please contact us.

Revised March 28, 2018, CEAP Leadership Council

Updated June 12 to replace Tk20 references with Watermark

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