Tag: Guided Pathways
When constructing program maps and meta-majors, one of the key challenges that administrators face at every stage is creating consensus amongst decision-makers. To balance transparency and efficiency, mapping committees at St. Petersburg College use sticky notes to physically map out potential sequences. On average, it takes committees just two hours to map out a single program, and the staff at St. Petersburg was able to create 64 different program maps in the span of a single summer.
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.
The Community College Executive Forum launched a Guided Pathways diagnostic to help community colleges assess their progress and identify areas for improvement.
Guided Pathways is a seismic shift for community colleges—learn how to scale implementation using pre-existing data.
BROWSE RESOURCES About the Webconference In 2017, guided pathways moved from a somewhat vague and debated theory to a full-blown movement in higher education. While there may be variation in the way each college has interpreted their individual need for pathways reform, most have a clear strategy that they have started to execute on. This […]
Relying on a combination of enrollment data and pathway projections, Monroe Community College avoids frequent bottlenecks to generate schedules that flex to students’ needs.
The 2017 Navigate Summit brought together over 160 leaders from 70+ community colleges for two days of learning, networking, and sharing. View highlights from the annual event.
About the Webconference The traditional student advising appointment—a once-per-semester session where advisors sit down with a student ahead of their course registration—is a thing of the past. Today’s tech-savvy students require greater access to information and data that will inform their course selections. Without this, they risk taking the wrong courses or too few credits […]
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.
This white paper offers EAB analysis of the Guided Pathways movement in the community college sector, identifies the most common questions about implementation, and offers over two dozen strategies for college leaders to bring the model to life at their institutions.