For an institutional portfolio to be considered as elaborate, a wide range of evidence should be captured during its designing proces. Important evidence that should be included on an institutional portfolio includes direct learning evidence, which includes test results and student portfolios. Information related to valuable measures of attainment should also be included; for example, employer and community satisfaction with the institution’s graduates and graduate’s success in further studies. Any practice believed to enhance students learning in the institution is a convincing evidence to be captured on the portfolio. Examples of such information include internships, research done by students, community work done by students, collaborative learning, corporate responsibilities, and exchange programs. An institution’s contribution towards the development of its faculties is also a plus when structuring a portfolio.