Florida Student Success Center
In 2018, the Florida College System launched the Florida Student Success Center in partnership with Jobs for the Future, Helios Education Foundation, and the Florida College System Foundation. The Florida Student Success Center is part of the national Student Success Center Network and supports Florida's 28 state and community colleges' efforts to develop student-centered pathways and increase student completion rates. We work collaboratively with colleges to create a coherent, statewide strategy so colleges can integrate their varied student success efforts, share best practices with one another and maximize resources. We also represent the collective voice of practitioners in state-level policy discussions.
The vision of the Florida Student Success Center is to serve as a resource of evidence-based, innovative practices and timely information for Florida's colleges.
Florida Pathways Institute
Florida Pathways is a statewide guided pathways implementation effort designed to scale pathways to dramatically boost completion and improve the social and economic mobility of graduates. The Florida Student Success Center leads Florida Pathways, which is modeled on the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Pathways Project. Find out more!
Applications to become a Pathways Navigator are now available! Click here
to download the application. For more information about the Pathways Navigator application, visit our YouTube channel
to view a webinar recording in which we take a more detailed look at the application process and the role of the navigators.
Pathways Navigators will partner with and support cohort 1 colleges throughout the FPI process. They will receive extensive training from a variety of state and national experts in leadership development and guided pathways implementation. This is a great professional development opportunity for college leaders to support broader student success reforms at home and across the state. Learn more about the role of Pathways Navigators and the Florida Pathways Institute here.