Through its size and diversity, the Houston region is today what the rest of the nation is becoming, playing an important role in achieving state and national completion goals. Highlighting the need to increase completion, Houston ranks low compared to other U.S. metropolitan areas for the percentage of those 25 and older holding a college degree, with attainment gaps persisting across demographic groups.
Recognizing that change needed to address issues of state and national concern does not occur through the acts of one institution alone, Houston Guided Pathways to Success (GPS) was created as a regional collaboration to increase completion in the Houston area. The consortium of institutions includes the University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, UH-Downtown, UH-Victoria, Texas Southern University, Alvin Community College, College of the Mainland, Houston Community College System, Galveston College, Lone Star College System, San Jacinto College District, Wharton County Junior College, and Victoria College.
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Creating a Culture of Completion
CCA's episodic report celebrates the history of the organization and the work of the Alliance Members that have pushed to make change for students across the country.
Dec 12-Dec 14