Empowering Students: Butte College's Guided Pathways Initiative

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Butte College's Guided Pathways initiative, led by Amanda Montgomery, aims to pave clear paths for students by removing systemic obstacles to success. The program focuses on equity, institutional transformation, redefining readiness, and redesigning support systems. The Dash to Success lead team plays a crucial role in driving this vision forward, ensuring that all students have access to the resources and support they need to excel. Stay connected through direct updates and informational feeds to contribute to the success of this student-centered framework.


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  1. 2022-2023 Dash To Success = Guided Pathways Next Phase For Butte College Dash to Success Butte College s visioning of the Guided Pathways efforts. Amanda Montgomery: Guided Pathway Coordinator montgomeryam@butte.edu

  2. Dash To Success Lead Team A cross functional equity focused team charged with setting a vision, determining system change priorities, identifying resources, concrete deliverables, and project leads. Dean of STEM/Guided Pathways Dean of Student Enrollment Services Guided Pathways Coordinator IDEA Officer Counselor Institutional Research Career Counselor Two Instructional Faculty PR Marketing Facilitates the scaling of Guided Pathways essential practices. This team keeps the system redesign momentum thriving.

  3. Staying connected to the Dash to Success Project 2 options: Direct and Filtered Check your email! Direct: opt-in to case making, planning, informational and inspirational communications by responding to the short survey sent to all faculty and staff just now. Filtered: All Deans, Chairs and Senators (Faculty and Classified) will be automatically given the direct update and information feed above. They will highlight news and information they feel appropriate even to those of you who didn t opt in to the direct communication feed.

  4. Guided Pathways Guided Pathways, an equity-focused framework that allows us to forge clear paths for students and remove systemic obstacles to their success. Guided Pathways is a structure to provide all students with clear enrollment avenues, course-taking patterns, and support services. This framework centers the student experience in system-wide decision making and helps us meet the goals of theVision for SuccessandCall to Action.

  5. What Guided Pathways Seeks To Achieve Advance Equity: Removing barriers that today s students face, particularly students of color, first-generation students, students from low-income backgrounds, and working adults. Transform Institutions: A highly structured, comprehensive approach to systemic change to improve students attainment of skills, credentials, and socioeconomic mobility. It is founded on the principle that everything can and should change. Redefine Readiness: Fundamentally shifting the conversation about what it means to put students first, encouraging colleges to focus on their readiness for students rather than students readiness for college. Redesign Supports: Recognizing that students need more than financial support and resources to be successful. It allows colleges to recognize and holistically support students academic and non- academic needs.

  6. CA Policy Context for GP A Framework for Integration & Statewide Reform In 2017, California Legislature passed the Guided Pathways Grant Program specifying that Guided Pathways would be the framework implemented by the California Community College System to meet the Vision for Success Goals In addition, the legislature has supported integration by tying some funding of programs and initiatives to Guided Pathways implementation. Assembly Bill 19 (California Promise Grant) Assembly Bill 705 (Equitable Placement) Student Equity & Achievement Program Vision for Success is the north star for our system The outlined goals focus on supporting students to reach their academic goals and closing equity gaps at the college and regional level.

  7. The 4 Pillars of Guided Pathways Student Success & Equity Create clear curricular pathways to employment and further education Help students choose and enter their pathway Follow through & ensure that better practices are providing improved student results Help students stay on their path Creating Strong Foundations Equity-Minded, Student-Centered, Collaborative Culture of Caring

  8. Student Equity Plan Guided Pathways Section By transforming institutional structures and processes, aligning efforts across a college, and redesigning holistic support for students who need it most, the Guided Pathways framework centers the student experience in decision making and helps us meet the goals of the Vision for Success and Call to Action. Each college in the system has submitted an annual Scale of Adoption Assessment detailing progress and goals to improve the student experience. Please provide a summary of how your college s equity efforts align with achieving your institution s guided pathways goals.

  9. Old School Services Cafeteria Style Opt-In Services Image Credit: Achieving the Dream - Holistic Student Supports

  10. Holistic Supports Guided / Intentional Proactive or Just-in-Time Redesign Supports: Recognizing that students need more than financial support and resources to be successful. It allows colleges to recognize and holistically support students academic and non- academic needs. Image Credit: Achieving the Dream - Holistic Student Supports

  11. Dash To Success Project: Student Success Teams Cross-functional campus team working to design and pilot a Community of Interest (COI) based Student Success Team (SST). The SST model will use a data driven cohort management approach to assist students from entry to completion with a focus on equitable outcomes. Focus on creating targeted and timely interventions that connect the students who need it most to the proven success services we provide.

  12. Completion, Connection, Confidence Disaggregating data to understand the student experience and identify those students who need student support most. Explicit focus will be placed on improving equity outcomes across a broad spectrum of metrics consistent with our Student Equity Plan.

  13. Success Team Scope Tracking / Intervention Begins: Tracking / Intervention Ends: Upon completion of their goal within a meta-major (or change of major) After application when a student identifies a meta-major/program of study

  14. Success Teams: Making Students Visible to Humanize the Student Experience 17,000 2,500 400 Total Students STEM Students Biology Majors 20 Black Biology Majors

  15. Success Teams Focus on Keeping Students on Path Toward Completion Keeping Students on Path Toward Completion First to second semester persistence rate First to second year persistence rate Transfer level math & English completions in 1st year Average units completed by first-time students Completion in 3 Years *Equity across all measures

  16. Dash To Success Student Centered Vision Completion, Confidence, Connection Shared Experiences: Have a shared experience by COI cohort with intentional support. Connection: Experience a unique connection to college and will know their support person/people. Clarity & Confidence: Experience clearer pathways; our process will be clear to students they are talking to me, I know where to go Communication: Receive personalized communication Sense of Belonging, Excitement: Feel a sense of awe from institution

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