LCC chosen for Oregon Pathways Project

July 9, 2018 Jim Grandstaff
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The project builds on national research from the Community College Research Center and the American Association of Community Colleges. A guided pathway is a structured educational plan from admission through completion that is aligned with specific employment goals and/or additional education.
“In addition to contributing to overall student success and completion, The Oregon Pathways Project will address equity gaps in access, persistence, and completion,” says Dr. Paul Jarrell, who joined Lane as vice president for academic and student affairs in June. “That aligns very well with Lane’s core values.” 

Project participants will attend four institutes over the next two years to receive coaching, guidance and support in the design and implementation of structured academic and career pathways. The fourth and final institute will be held at Lane in November 2019. 

“This is a logical extension of our successful Career Pathways in Career and Technical Education,” says Jarrell. “Our hope is that this involvement will lead to expanding that high touch, wrap-around service to all of our transfer, degree, and certificate programs.” 

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Dr. Paul Jarrell, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and Chief Academic Officer

Lane Community College educates over 25,000 students annually at six locations across Lane County and online. Students and alumni from all 50 states and 79 countries create more than an $850 million dollar impact on the local economy, helping to support more than 13,000 local jobs. Lane provides affordable, quality, professional technical and college transfer programs; business development and employee training; academic, language and life skills development; and lifelong personal development and enrichment courses.

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