Pathways to Persistence Scholars Program Accepting Applicants for Spring

Pathways to Persistence Scholars Program Accepting Applicants for Spring

The Pathways to Persistence Scholars Program is a program of leadership designed to recruit successful GED completers who are enrolling for the first time into the college setting. The program’s purpose is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding student achievement so that students may reach their highest potential toward graduation.

The mission of Pathways Scholars is to accelerate the progress of GED completers into the mainstream of leadership in business, education, government and a wide spectrum of professions, while instilling a strong dedication to leadership and public service.

Applications for the Spring Cohort are now being accepted for all newly enrolled students who are in their first or second semesters at Santa Fe College who possess a GED certificate.

Students who qualify for the program will be interviewed and if selected will sign a contract of agreement. Acceptance into the program means scholars are provided with the nurturing and mentorship to succeed and flourish in college and beyond. Space is limited! Apply today! The spring application deadline is 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9.

For further information, please contact Dr. Angela Long, Coordinator, Center for Student Leadership & Activities, 352-381-3788.