Google Drive for Core Curriculum 

The Core Portfolio is no longer a required component of the Core Curriculum. Please store any PE-Q, IS, and EL course artifacts and reflections in your own Google Drive account for easy access during the Core Milestone Experience.

For more information about accessing and using Google Applications, including Google Drive, please visit the Technology & Media Service Desk's Google Apps site

About Academic Program Portfolios

Students in certain academic programs are required to create a professional electronic portfolio as part of their program requirements.  Currently, students use two different platforms for program-specific electronic portfolios: Google Sites and ePortfolio at Naz, accessed through Moodle. 

We recommend using the MyNaz Google Drive to store any and all course-related files. Not only is cloud storage a safe way to back up your files and make them accessible anywhere with internet access - it is easy to incorporate items from Google Drive into your portfolio regardless of the system your program uses. Learn how to use Google Drive here

For some portfolio assignments, you may need to scan in documents or use a camcorder or digital camera. Scanners and media equipment are available in the lower level of the library. For additional information: Technology and Media Service Desk.

Please note: Google Sites and ePortfolio at Naz are not optimized for Internet Explorer. Choose an alternate web browser. Use Google Chrome (PC or Mac), Mozilla Firefox (PC or Mac), or Safari (Mac).

Program Assessment Portfolios (ePortfolio at Naz)

Faculty Support Materials

The process for reviewing student program portfolios will be determined by your role as either a lead assessor or secondary assessor. Please refer to the support materials below for assistance with portfolio assessment in ePortfolio at Naz. 




If you are having trouble accessing your Nazareth University MyNaz account, contact Information Technology Services at 585-389-2111 or