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PACE Pathways

Program for Adult College Education

A Learning Community

Offering paths to various Associate of Arts Degrees

 

What is PACE Pathways?

PACE Pathways is a two-year learning community designed for working adults looking to complete an Associates of Arts Degree.

 

Currently the longest running learning community program in the Peralta Community College District, PACE Pathways has a great track record in helping working adults like you finish their associate in arts degrees and transfer into a four-year college or university by offering classes and services in the evenings, online and weekends.

 

As a PACE Pathways student, you will travel together with other PACE Pathways students in locked classes (cohorts) for the first year through a fixed sequence of courses. Starting in Fall 2014, all courses will be scheduled in the evenings and some will include an online component. On Saturdays you will have the opportunity to attend tutoring, counseling workshops, and other support services. You can start the program in Fall or Spring semester. After the first year of study you are mentored to choose your major or degree path. In the second year of the program you remain a PACE Pathways student, with all of its benefits, but take most of your courses in your chosen major.

 

If you are PACE Student who entered BEFORE Fall 2013, please read this important note.

 

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