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Guided Pathways was developed as a solution to stagnant completion rates, but implementation of this model varies widely. Use this roadmap to launch or improve upon your Guided Pathways efforts.
Based on our extensive research library of best practices in pathways implementation, EAB developed a diagnostic tool that will allow members to assess their current execution, and set strategic goals for the future based on benchmarking data. Join us for this webconference as we introduce the diagnostic tool and forecast trends in pathways reform.
Behind the scenes, many college leaders express feelings of anxiety about implementing an ambitious new model for student success on their campuses that they felt ill-prepared to execute, or at least execute well.
In this publication, EAB experts share best practices to reduce jargon during onboarding, engage students in financial literacy training, and reimagine the traditional academic calendar to encourage reenrollment—to name just a few.
Most institutions have ad hoc or one-off ways to prioritize student registration, but failing to systematically respond to increased demand can create enrollment bottlenecks and delay students’ progress. Join this webconference to learn best practices for creating schedules that prioritize course availability based on student completion.
Guided Pathways is a seismic shift for community colleges—learn how to scale implementation using pre-existing data.
Administrators need to reassess their relationship with faculty when it comes to Guided Pathways to ensure they are treated as involved stakeholders who can enhance learning outcomes rather than as barriers to progress. Join this webconference to learn how to ensure that your front-line advocates don’t turn into detractors.
A growing number of college students arrive on campus with a limited understanding of how to progress efficiently to completion. Use this study to unlock your institution’s capabilities within the Guided Pathways model and efficiently move toward student success goals.
Four years after the term became ubiquitous, we provide a refresher on what Guided Pathways is, why it has been so challenging to implement, and profile the most promising strategies from your peers.
Use this toolkit to design student-centric program maps and course schedules and to train advisors to guide students onto best-fit paths.