Lunch and Learn recap: Stackable credentials leading to BYU degree

ASU is not alone in a mission to provide affordable, accessible higher education to anyone in the world who wants it. BYU-Pathway Worldwide, through its PathwayConnect program is focused on underserved students providing a credential pathway from certificates through bachelor’s degrees. 

This month, Dr. Clark Gilbert, president of BYU-Pathway Worldwide, visited EdPlus and presented a Lunch and Learn. He shared that the program has generated an 86% persistence-towards-degree-attainment-rate among 40,000 enrolled students globally and that the program is growing at a 40% annual rate.