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College Success Pathway

College Success Pathway Program

The Native Pathways’ College Success Pathways assists American Indian students with the transition to college their first year to promote success.

Program Details

Students receive individualized coaching for:

  • Building successful academic habits;
  • Increasing academic success in the short and long term;
  • Setting academic and career goals; and
  • Developing community.
  • From welcome week to the last day of first-year finals, students’ success coach helps students to succeed with the goal of graduation.

Contact Information
Teresa Melendez, College Success Coordinator
Phone: 303-426-8900 | E-mail: tmelendez@collegefund.org

Eligibility

  • Recent Native Pathways to College Program graduates (High School Admissions Pathway and Tribal College Transfer Pathway students).

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