Students who are interested in signing up for PATH should click here.
Research indicates that a structured academic program with timely and appropriate interventions can increase the probability of academic success in the first year. Our own experience indicates that programs including FLCs, Supplemental Instruction, and integrated advisement improve retention rates and academic performance. The purpose of PATH (Promoting Access to HOPE) is to coordinate these outreaches in an effort to position students to perform well and, in qualifying cases, obtain HOPE at the 30-hour checkpoint.
What is PATH?
We offer 4 sections of PATH for Fall 2011, click here for descriptions:
(Please note that while the titles are similar, the courses and schedules are different.)
PATH is designed to help students from all majors.