Tk20 - Our College Wide Assessment System | College of Education and Social Services | The University of Vermont(title)

Our Commitment to Your Success

The College of Education and Social Services (CESS) is committed to providing students and faculty with meaningful technology to assess and demonstrate student learning and growth across out programs. To aid in that effort, we have partnered with Tk20, a comprehensive web-based assessment system, to help all of us manage these tasks.

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A Multipurpose Tool

Our academic programs collect data and feedback as part of UVM's commitment to clarify learning outcomes, identify relevant assessment questions, gather data and use those data to improve the UVM educational experience. This information is also necessary for us to gather for local, regional, and national accreditation associations. Tk20 acts as our information system that helps to organize and analyze this required data. 

Tk20 also allows students to cultivate artifacts that demonstrate learning and professional competencies presented in electronic portfolios either as a required component of licensure programs or professional needs. Through Tk20, students develop and submit assignments, track field placements and their status in the program, and access content after graduation. 

In addition, Tk20 establishes electronic documentation of student outcomes as required by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Tk20 accounts are accessible for seven years after the purchase date.

For frequently asked questions, please visit Tk20's customer support page. For system support, please contact Tk20 by emailing or by calling 1-800-311-5656.

Additional Information


Please log in using the link on the upper right of this screen. If you cannot log in, please email as soon as possible. Please include your program name in that email.

Remember to click Save if you are working on a long-term project (i.e., your portfolio or your field binder), not Submit! The Submit button is for when you are completely done with something and are ready for that project to be scored by your faculty.

Tk20 Information and Guidance for Students

For questions about your academic program and Tk20, please contact the CESS Student Services Office.

Mentor Teachers and Field Supervisors

Mentor teachers and other on-site field supervisors will receive a link via email to their student's Tk20 field binder within the first three to four weeks of the semester. Once you click the link in that email, you will be taken directly into Tk20.

Once you are in Tk20, please click on your student's name in the middle of the screen. You will then see the forms we would like you to complete on the right side of the screen. Your forms in particular are towards the top of the screen, and will have little red flags next to them. Click the Save button (not Submit) after completing each form. The Submit button is used when all forms are completed. Please check with your student's UVM faculty supervisor regarding due dates for individual forms.

Getting Help



You can find answers to your support questions by pressing the "help" button while logged in to Tk20.  You can find this button at the top right of every page in the system.

For frequently asked questions, see Tk20's customer support FAQ page.

For questions pertaining to your academic program and Tk20, please contact the CESS Student Services Office.


Tk20 Contact Information

For system support, please contact Tk20 via email at or by phone at 1-800-311-5656.


CESS Tk20 Unit Administrator

Stephanie Ratmeyer
Director of Assessment, Data, and Accreditation
309 Waterman Building


Phone: Please call Stephanie via Microsoft Teams.