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Have you ever felt confused when trying to select the correct classes to take in your program?
Completed a full course only to later find out it did not count toward your degree?
Or maybe you changed your program of study after realizing it was not well-suited for you (and pushed back graduation by months, or even years)?
Perhaps you heard different views/opinions regarding program requirements?
And we’re doing something about it.
Starting April 3, students will have access to a clear, concise map that takes them through each step of their college journey and helps them smoothly transition to a four-year school or enter the job market.
It’s called a Guided Pathway. And you’ll get the full details of what it looks like (and exactly who it's for) in the next student newsletter, coming to your email inbox April 3.
Right now, know that:
Guided pathways are the result of hundreds of faculty and staff, spending hundreds of hours, to bring you maps to help you navigate your journey, to meet one goal:
To help you complete a credential that allows you to earn a living wage and build a career.
We’re excited for you (and future students like you!) to be able to use these new maps, and we will be working diligently on creating maps for all our programs in the months ahead.