- Planning: ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS, PREPARATION/AWARENESS, & SUSTAINABILITY
- Implementation (Guided Pathways Pillars): CLARIFY THE PATHS, HELP STUDENTS GET ON A PATH, HELP STUDENTS STAY ON THEIR PATH & ENSURE STUDENTS ARE LEARNING
- Evaluation: Revisit conditions, sustainability, and implementation. Continuously improve pathways by building on elements that work and adjusting or discarding elements that are not serving all students well.
This new website offers more than 300 tools and resources for colleges undertaking the challenging work of designing and implementing guided pathways, including a pathways coaching guide, a collection of tools for leaders, an engagement toolkit, and collections of materials from AACC Pathways Institutes.
The Community College Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University has conducted much of the seminal research on, and exploration of, guided pathways. CCRC has been a consistent partner to SUNY Guided Pathways Institutes.
The SUNY Guided Pathways Project is a current partnership between SUNY, the New York State Student Success Center, and Monroe Community College.
We welcome colleges in the SUNY Guided Pathways project to use this document as a resource for communicating guided pathways. We consider this a living document, so please send any revisions, additions, or feedback to Renee Dimino.
Guided Pathways Websites: Implementation Communication
Bakersfield College, California
Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Guided Pathways Websites: Student-facing
San Jacinto, Texas
Pierce College, Washington State
Northeast WI Technical College, Wisconsin
“Elevating Student Affairs Practice in Community College Redesign (PDF)” by Michael Baston