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As interest in structured pathways continues to grow, many institutions have begun the challenging work of mapping their programs of study, helping students select and stay on their chosen pathways, and tracking outcomes. If your institution is considering a guided pathways approach, this questionnaire can help you determine your readiness.
When Heriot-Watt University set out to build a global institution, it didn’t just want disparate branch campuses around the world—it wanted to create a unified whole of its parts. But students from different countries have different recruiting and admissions needs. Creating a cohesive, efficient experience for applicants—on a system that worked for recruitment administrators based around the world—was a priority for Heriot-Watt.
Ellucian Ethos is the higher education framework connecting people, processes and applications to power student success.
Students who juggle education and family responsibilities need a clear path to graduation. Guided Pathways, a community college program supported by Ellucian software, provides a roadmap to earning a degree in four years. Hear how this program is helping one student succeed.
As more institutions move toward a pathways approach, good change management is a critical element. Montgomery County Community College, which created 43 pathways in just one year, developed a complementary strategic plan to refine their campus processes as well. Watch the video to learn how MCCC is maintaining quality while working at an accelerated pace of adoption.
University of Texas San Antonio - With an online degree planning solution, students chart a clear path to graduation and career
Find out how UTSA's changes resulted in a 4% increase in their 4-year graduation rate, with marked improvement of the degree-planning and student advising process. “We hear nothing but positive feedback from students, and we’ve been able to integrate Ellucian's Degree Works with the whole redesign of UTSA’s advising system to keep students on track.”