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Welcome to Pathways to College

OUR APPROACH TO SUCCESS

Identifying potential and developing leaders in under-represented populations remains a critical challenge in our society.

Our Goals

A key way to address this challenge – and the challenge of overall school performance – is strengthening students’ ability to win admission to and succeed in the best possible colleges, given their interests and abilities.

Welcome to Pathways to College
Scholars Program

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Associate Scholars Program

Pathways provides a distance-learning opportunity for students in high schools where the Scholars Program is currently unavailable. The Associate Scholars Program offers information and support to selected students who are beginning the process of exploring career opportunities and applying to college.

Pathways Scholars Program

In pursuit of our goal of expanding the numbers of underserved students earning a college degree, Pathways to College has developed a remarkably successful strategy that links college preparation and access with school improvement.

Pathways Associate Scholars Program

Pathways provides a distance-learning opportunity for students in high schools where the Scholars Program is currently unavailable. The Associate Scholars Program offers information and support to selected students who are beginning the process of exploring career opportunities and applying to college.

Pathways to Learning

The Pathways to College approach to learning is based on establishing a family-type setting of teachers and learners where students have exciting opportunities to experience, explore and quietly reflect, thereby developing and practicing the habits of life-long learners.

Pathways to Leadership

We ask and expect our Scholars to become “courageous leaders” – in school, at home and in their communities. We work at preparing them to do so by providing experiences that not only help them to succeed in high school and college, but also help them encourage real change in their worlds.

Pathways Partner Colleges

Pathways invites colleges and universities to join its membership network, since they seek the kind of students with whom the program is working. Partner Colleges receive the names of those in our student pool, and support their aspirations by presenting information on their institutions.

Pathways Teacher Development

From a pool initially identified by students, we hire up to four of the most effective teachers in each participating school. These teachers provide coaching support, targeting the critical life skills and intellectual habits of mind that research tells us are essential to prepare for and succeed, academically and personally in college and beyond.

Pathways to Learning

The Pathways to College approach to learning is based on establishing a family-type setting of teachers and learners where students have exciting opportunities to experience, explore and quietly reflect, thereby developing and practicing the habits of life-long learners.

Pathways to Leadership

We ask and expect our Scholars to become “courageous leaders” – in school, at home and in their communities. We work at preparing them to do so by providing experiences that not only help them to succeed in high school and college, but also help them encourage real change in their worlds.

Pathways Partner Colleges

Pathways invites colleges and universities to join its membership network, since they seek the kind of students with whom the program is working. Partner Colleges receive the names of those in our student pool, and support their aspirations by presenting information on their institutions.

Pathways Teacher Development

From a pool initially identified by students, we hire up to four of the most effective teachers in each participating school. These teachers provide coaching support, targeting the critical life skills and intellectual habits of mind that research tells us are essential to prepare for and succeed, academically and personally in college and beyond.

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Results that matter

100%

Pathways Graduates Admitted to College *

90%

Pathways Graduates'’ College Matriculation Rate *

4,000+

Pathways Scholars (Program Site) *

70%

Pathways’ Graduates’ College Persistence Rate *

* National Student Clearinghouse Data (2007)

$1,200

Annual Program Cost Per Student

Results that matter

100%

Pathways Graduates Admitted to College *

90%

PATHWAYS GRADUATES’ COLLEGE MATRICULATION RATE *

4,000

Pathways Scholars (Program Site) *

144

Associate Degress Earned By Pathways Graduates

274

Bachelor Degrees Earned By Pathways Graduates

34

Advanced Degrees Earned By Pathways Graduates

70%

Pathways’ Graduates’ College Persistence Rate *

* National Student Clearinghouse Data (2007)

$1,200

Annual Program Cost Per Student

Scholar Voices

What Our Students Are Saying

Our Students have amazing stories to share as they continue to build upon the solid foundation nurtured by Pathways to College.

“When I look back at all I have accomplished in both my high school and college career, I have Pathways to College to thank.”

“Pathways to College helped me with navigating college application process, scholarships and financial aid… having a team willing to guide me through the process helped fuel my passion to aim high and commit to my college journey.”

“”EVERGREEN! The program is forever fresh in his mind and the positive lessons learned are always forefront in his life today””

“While every student is capable of doing great, only a few stand out and pathway to college helped me stand out”

“I really liked my experience with Pathways to college, specifically the opportunities I received to experience things”

“Stepping on a college campus for the first time with Pathways to College helped redefine the possibility of college.”

Reach Out To Us

Please send email inquiries regarding our programs and/or website to: questions@pathwaystocollege.org or use the form below.

National Office

1082 Dartmouth St
Teaneck, NJ 07666

Let's Talk

Phone : +1 (201) 541-6803

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