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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 (center) leads Florida Pathways, which is modeled on the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Pathways Project.

Please click here to view materials and resources from  previous Florida Pathways Institute convenings. 

Please click here to view the event page and resources for the FPI: Dual Enrollment Partnerships Closing Convening hosted June 10 - 11, 2024 in St. Petersburg, FL. 

Florida Pathways Institute: Dual Enrollment Partnerships 

The Florida Student Success Center (center) is launching a new Florida Pathways Institute open to all Florida public postsecondary institutions or Independent Colleges and Universities (ICUF) institutions and their partner school district(s) and/or high school(s). The purpose of the Dual Enrollment Partnerships (institute) is to develop the capacity for strategic leadership in dual enrollment partnerships and promote the purposeful expansion of dual enrollment participation and success. The institute intends to build upon and strengthen existing partnerships that support high-quality college credit and career dual enrollment.  

The institute will span a period of one year and cohort teams consisting of secondary and postsecondary representatives will engage in the following activities: 


  • Participating in two face-to-face convenings hosted by the center. Convenings will combine discussions with experts and facilitated planning sessions for secondary and postsecondary teams. 

  • Participating in three virtual workshops that include presentations by national, state, and institutional experts.  

  • Engaging in asynchronous learning in preparation for convenings and between virtual workshops. 

  • Reviewing national, state and institutional dual enrollment data. 

  • Receiving coaching, technical assistance and support related to dual enrollment partnerships.  


As the partnership lead, a Florida public postsecondary or ICUF institution seeking to participate in the Dual Enrollment Partnerships cohort should submit a completed application to by August 31, 2023.  Extended to September 8th due to Hurricane Idalia. 


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Cohort participants will be expected to: 


  • Identify the postsecondary and secondary representatives to serve as team co-leads and stimulate active engagement. 

  • Maintain participation and engagement for the entire one-year period (August 2023 through June 2024). 

  • Send teams of 4-6 secondary representatives and 4-6 postsecondary representatives to two 2-day, face-to-face convenings.  

  • Complete pre- and post-convening assignments. 

  • Actively participate in face-to-face convenings and virtual workshops.  

  • Engage with assigned FPI navigator(s). 


Cohort teams of 8-12 representatives will be required to attend the two face-to-face convenings. Institutions and districts should plan to cover travel costs, including hotel, transportation, and per diem for convening attendees. A limited amount of funding will be available to reimburse travel costs for some convening participants; details about reimbursements will be available once registration is open.


Informational Webinar and Support 


The Florida Student Success Center is hosting an informational webinar on July 24, 2023, at 2:30 p.m. ET to review the application and answer questions. Click here to register for the webinar here. A recording of the webinar will be made available on the Florida College System’s Youtube channel.  

Questions about the institute may be emailed to


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