Achieving Pathways Goals with Student-Centered Design

15 tactics to pursue pathways success.

Achieving Pathways Goals with Student-Centered Design

A growing number of college students arrive on campus with a limited understanding of how to progress efficiently to completion. The traditional cafeteria model fails to address this problem by providing students with an overabundance of choices and very little direction on how to make informed decisions.

Community colleges have turned to Guided Pathways as a means of providing students with opportunities for structured exploration through clear routes to completion. However, institutions face a challenge to bridge the gap between pathways theory and successful implementation.

Use this study to unlock your institution’s capabilities within the Guided Pathways model and efficiently move toward student success goals.

This is a preview of restricted content.

Full access to this content is reserved for Community College Executive Forum members. Log in now or learn more about Community College Executive Forum.

Next, Check Out

Overcome the Roadblocks on Your Route to Student-Centric Pathways

Overcome the Roadblocks on Your Route to Student-Centric Pathways

More
  • Manage Your Events
  • Saved webpages and searches
  • Manage your subscriptions
  • Update personal information
  • Invite a colleague