Guided Pathways

In September 2017, Fullerton College began to embark on a multi-year project to establish a Guided Pathways program. The Guided Pathways Model creates a highly structured approach to student success that:

  • Provides all students with a set of clear course-taking patterns that promotes better enrollment decisions and prepares students for future success.
  • Integrates support services in ways that make it easier for students to get the help they need during every step of their community college experience.

As Guided Pathways work continues to expand at Fullerton College, this website will updated.

More than 450 faculty and staff gathered in the Campus Theatre for the 2018 Spring Convocation where the discussion focused on the state’s new Guided Pathways initiative.

During Spring Convocation, Professor Joe Carrithers led a Q& A about Guided Pathways with Theresa Tena, Executive Vice Chancellor Institutional Effectiveness and Innovation at the CCC Chancellor’s Office, and Janet Fulks, Bakersfield College faculty member and ASCCC Faculty Lead on Guided Pathways Capacity Building.

More than 200 faculty, staff and students participated in breakout sessions that focused on developing the college’s Guided Pathways plan after Spring Convocation.
More than 200 faculty, staff and students participated in breakout sessions that focused on developing the college’s Guided Pathways plan after Spring Convocation.
More than 200 faculty, staff and students participated in breakout sessions that focused on developing the college’s Guided Pathways plan after Spring Convocation.
The college took an off-beat approach to introducing Guided Pathways at Convocation with this spoof on a Between Two Ferns video.

State Resources

The college is developing a localized Guided Pathways plan at the direction of the California Guided Pathways Project established by the State Chancellor’s Office. Many resources are available on the California Community College Guided Pathways website.