Student electronic learning portfolios are designed to encourage students to display and realize their development as professional pharmacists. In this process students are familiarized with the 10 Professional Competencies of the Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy, the competencies each student will have obtained upon graduation. In their electronic portfolios students submit self-reflections in which they evaluate their achievement of the professional competencies. In addition, students populate the portfolio with certificates of achievement, professional licenses and targeted assessments that demonstrate competency development. Faculty Advisers review the reflections and other submissions to provide feedback and help students focus their understanding of their professional development. By reflecting on their repertoire of skills and knowledge, students are performing a formative assessment of their developing competencies.