November 11, 2016
BYU-Pathway’s continued growth has sparked the interest of various publications throughout the Church and the world. See how the blessings and effects of BYU-Pathway have been shared by other organizations.
Church News — Oct. 29, 2015
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
PathwayConnect is helping many students — such as Carolina Galvis from Hingham, Massachusetts — find a path to fulfill their dreams. Since its launch in 2009 with three locations in the United States, PathwayConnect has grown into a worldwide program serving students in nearly 40 countries. This article was also featured in Deseret News entitled “A ‘Pathway’ to Education Worldwide.”
Upper Valley Standard Journal — Jan. 16, 2016
Rexburg, Idaho, USA
Member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and author Jack Weyland’s newest novel, Mandy, features a fictional woman who enrolls in PathwayConnect while her husband studies opera. Inspired by Weyland’s experience as a service missionary assigned to BYU-Pathway, the novel highlights how the program helped her continue a degree while also developing her communication skills with her husband and gaining a respect and love for ethnic diversity in her new home of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Prince William Living — Feb. 27, 2016
Dale City, Virginia, USA
Many students in the Washington D.C. area have benefited from PathwayConnect’s innovative approach to higher education. By breaking down barriers to higher learning, PathwayConnect is giving students the confidence and skills needed to succeed in college. Local Church leaders and missionaries play a role in sharing the program with Church members throughout the D.C. area.
The Beehive — March 31, 2016
BYU-Pathway has cleared away common obstacles that prevent individuals from pursuing higher education. Program features such as weekly gatherings and the convenience of online courses bring higher education within greater reach for hundreds of Church members throughout Arizona.
Church Newsroom (Chile) — May 6, 2016
Thirty-two students in Santiago, Chile, celebrated completing PathwayConnect in May. Students expressed deep personal growth and increased self-reliance thanks to their participation in the program. Elder Patricio M. Giuffra of the Seventh Quorum of the Seventy presided at the event.
The Ensign — Jun. 1, 2016
Portland, Oregon, USA
Devin G. Bost, a convert to the Church, found hope through his journey to the gospel and the PathwayConnect program. Humbled by complications with ADHD, homelessness, and depression, Devin felt compelled to call upon God for answers. After investigating the Church and being baptized, he joined PathwayConnect and found the hope he was seeking. From his time in PathwayConnect, Devin grew in his testimony of the gospel and found the drive and skills needed to help prepare him for a career in software engineering.
The Daily Universe — Aug. 16, 2016
Provo, Utah, USA
Students are experiencing the many blessings that come from participating in PathwayConnect. The program is helping participants develop academic skills, improve their English, and grow spiritually.
Church Newsroom (Chile) — Aug. 26, 2016
Elder Mark A. Bragg of the First Quorum of the Seventy and BYU-Pathway Area Manager Ismar Vallecillos spoke at a PathwayConnect informational meeting in Santiago, Chile, in August. Vallecillos shared many of the qualities that PathwayConnect students develop and strengthen, including teamwork, leadership, organization, and study skills. Elder Bragg provided words of inspiration, hope, and encouragement.