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Student Pathways and Programs of Study

Community colleges offer a vast array of courses, majors, and programs of study. How can colleges clarify and streamline these pathways in order to help students achieve their postsecondary goals?


Latest Publications

JUNE 2017
What Do Students Think of Guided Pathways?
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MAY 2017
The Need for Comprehensive Reform: From Access to Completion
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APRIL 2017
Stackable Credentials: Awards for the Future?
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APRIL 2017
Implementing Guided Pathways: Early Insights From the AACC Pathways Colleges
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FEBRUARY 2017
Early Momentum Metrics: Why They Matter for College Improvement
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NOVEMBER 2016
A Longitudinal Analysis of Community College Pathways to Computer Science Bachelor’s Degrees
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AUGUST 2016
Matching Talents to Careers: From Self-Directed to Guided Pathways
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JUNE 2016
Momentum: The Academic and Economic Value of a 15-Credit First-Semester Course Load for College Students in Tennessee
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Featured Publication

Get With the Program: Accelerating Community College Students' Entry Into and Completion of Programs of Study

This paper argues that to improve completion rates, colleges must help students enter programs as soon as possible; it presents a method for measuring program entry and completion rates using transcript data.

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