Assessment Portal – Students


If the Assessment Portal prompts for a keycode when you log in, please email and we will send you the one-time keycode needed to create your initial account.  There is no cost to create an account or use this system.

The TEP Assessment Portal does not support file uploads, and Brightspace is being used to collect all student file uploads. This means that there are two parts: (1) students will upload a file in Brightspace; (2) and students’ work will be evaluated in the TEP Assessment Portal. For further clarification, it would be encouraged to contact the instructor. Instructors are welcome to contact EdIT if they have any questions or need help regarding any assessment portal issue.

PDF: Usage Guide for Students (w/Screenshots)

  1. How to log into the Assessment Portal
    1. Go to and log in with your Purdue username and password.
    2. If you are prompted for a sign-up keycode, email and we will send you the keycode.
  2. How to enroll in a program
    1. At the bottom of the main dashboard which appears when you log in, there is a dropdown list that contains the list of all programs / courses in the system.
    2. Select a program/course and then click the “Enroll” button.  Check with your professor or instructor if you have any questions about which program / course to select.
      1. Repeat this step if you need to be enrolled in multiple programs/courses.
    3. If you enroll in the wrong program by mistake, you can simply click the “Un-enroll” link to remove the program from your list.
  3. How to perform a self-assessment
    • Once you are enrolled in one or more programs, click a program / course name to enter the program.  If the program provides self-assessments for you to complete, you will see them listed.  Then:
      1. Click the “EVALUATE” link next to an assessment to begin the self-assessment.
      2. An Evaluation Form will appear with fields to complete and a rubric containing criteria and standards.
      3. On the Evaluation Form, select the correct: semester, year, course and instructor.
      4. Scroll down and read the Rubric carefully.
      5. Then, for each criteria in the rubric, click on a radio button corresponding to the score you want to give yourself.
      6. When you have finished scoring the rubric, click the “Save” button at the bottom of the page to submit your self-assessment.
  4. How to view my assessments
    1. Click a program name to enter the program.
    2. Scroll to the bottom of the program page and all of your self-assessments and instructor-initiated assessments will be listed there.

Questions / problems?  Send email to: (and you may also want to contact your faculty member / instructor).