Creating a Lasting Guided Pathways Movement on Your Campus (Fresno, CA)

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Creating a Lasting Guided Pathways Movement on Your Campus (Fresno, CA)

By California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

When and where

Date and time

February 27, 2018 · 8:30am - February 28, 2018 · 3:30pm PST


Radisson Hotel Fresno Conference Center 1055 Van Ness Avenue Fresno, CA 93721

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event


Please be advised the registration deadline for this event is February 23, 2018 at 12:00pm PST.

General Information

The Chancellor's Office is presenting a second set of seven Guided Pathways (GP) workshops built a round feedback from the fall series. This workshop is highly interactive and includes breakouts on:

  • The "why, what, and how" of GP
  • The stages of GP implementation
  • Designing GP with the end in mind
  • GP movement building

Opportunities will be presented to practice answering key GP questions that arise at your college; learn concrete techniques from CCC experts to create GP with your campus colleagues; engage your college team in action planning and facilitated support for advancing your GP work plan (optional); and interact directly with experienced GP practitioners.


Radisson Hotel Fresno Conference Center

1055 Van Ness Avenue

Fresno, CA 93721

Workshop Location: Sierra Grand Ballroom

Hotel Accommodations

Radisson Hotel Fresno Conference Center - Please book your hotel reservations by February 6, 2018 to get our group rate of $103.00 plus applicable taxes. Reservations can be made by phone.

PHONE RESERVATIONS - Please call (559) 233-6650 Reference the "Chabot -Las Positas Community College District" to get our group rate of $149.00

Free Airport Shuttle

The Radisson Hotel Fresno Conference Center offers a complimentary airport shuttle. Upon arrival at the airport, please call the hotel at (559) 233-6650 and they will arrange your shuttle.


Parking is complimentary for hotel guests.

For daily guests, parking will be $3.00 per car, complimentary after 6:00pm.

Who Should Attend?

Colleges are encouraged to send a cross-functional team that includes:

  • CEO
  • CIO
  • Deans, Middle-level Instructional Leaders
  • VPSS
  • Student Services Deans/Counselors
  • Academic Senate Member(s)
  • Faculty
  • Classified Professionals
  • Career Technical
  • Student Representatives

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $125.00 per person registration fee for attending. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.

Program Agenda

Day 1

7:30am - 8:30am Registration and Protein Breakfast

8:30am - 3:30pm - Workshop

Day 2

7:30am - 8:30am Registration and Protein Breakfast

8:30am - 12:30pm - Workshop


Fresno GP Work Plan Agenda.pdf


We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express or you can pay by check. To pay by check, on the registration form, the payment field will default to credit card but there is a drop down arrow to select "pay by check" or "send an invoice."

Payments by check should be made payable to Chabot-Las Positas Community College District.

Mailing address:

Chabot Las-Positas Community College District

Attn: Julia Dozier

7600 Dublin Blvd

Suite 102

Dublin, CA 94568

For Billing Inquiries please email IEPI@CLPCCD.ORG


For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at or (630) 337-3004.

About the organizer

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative is a collaborative effort to help advance the institutional effectiveness of California Community Colleges (CCC). Most importantly, the initiative is designed to enhance the system’s ability to serve students more effectively. It is administered by the CCC Chancellor’s Office with two district partners: Chabot-Las Positas Community College District and Santa Clarita Community College District. Major components of the initiative include development of statewide indicators, making Partnership Resource Teams and implementation grants available to colleges interested in receiving technical assistance, and providing specialized training and professional development opportunities to college personnel.