Clark College offers presentation on “Guided Pathways” educational model
March 16, 2017
For Immediate Release
For additional information (media inquiries only):
Hannah Erickson, Communications & Marketing
Free lunchtime lecture held Friday, March 24
VANCOUVER, Wash. – On Friday, March 24, the Clark College Business and Community Learning Series continues with a presentation on Guided Pathways, the educational model that Clark College is adopting to help boost student completion and success.
A team of faculty and administration from Pierce College in Puyallup will present on that college’s efforts to implement the Guided Pathways model, which was championed in the influential book, Redesigning America’s Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success.
This event, which is free and open to the public, will be held 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Gaiser Student Center. Lunch is not provided, but guests are invited to bring their own. Clark College is located at 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663. Driving directions and parking maps are available at www.clark.edu/maps.
If you need accommodation due to a disability in order to fully participate in this event, contact Clark College’s Disability Support Services Office at 360-992-2314 or 360-991-0901 (VP), or visit Gaiser Hall room 137, as soon as possible.
The Business and Community Learning Series supports the work of the valued professionals who meet throughout the year to guide Clark College’s professional and technical education programs through participation in Advisory Committees. More information can be found at www.clark.edu/cc/bcls.
About Clark College
Located in Vancouver’s Central Park and serving up to 13,000 students per quarter, Clark College is Washington State’s second-largest single-campus, for-credit community college. The college currently offers classes at two satellite locations: one on the Washington State University Vancouver campus and one in the Columbia Tech Center in East Vancouver. Additionally, its Economic & Community Development program is housed in the Columbia Bank building in downtown Vancouver.