Temples of Learning
BYU-Pathway Worldwide’s 2017 Annual Report is now available. The report covers the organization’s growth, key milestones of 2017, and strategic priorities that will guide the organization’s effort during the upcoming year.
“For the first time in the history of the Church, an affordable, locally delivered Church-based higher education can be offered wherever the Church is organized,” said Clark G. Gilbert, president of BYU-Pathway Worldwide. “As part of the team who shares that stewardship, we feel a great responsibility to construct this temple of learning into something the Lord can use to build His kingdom across the earth.”
This is BYU-Pathway’s first Annual Report since the organization was announced just over one year ago.
About BYU-Pathway WorldwideBYU-Pathway Worldwide is an organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Church Educational System (CES) and is tasked with overseeing all online higher education within the Church. Its primary programs include PathwayConnect and BYU-Idaho online degrees. Students are participating from more than 500 locations around the world, serving more than 38,000 students.
The 2017 Annual Report includes:
- Facts and Statistics: Program enrollment data for both PathwayConnect and BYU-Idaho online students.
- Strategic Priorities: A summary of BYU-Pathway’s key objectives to guide and direct the organization’s efforts during 2018.
- Key Milestones: A summary of the major accomplishments and defining moments for the organization over the course of 2017, including the announcement of the creation of BYU-Pathway Worldwide and the inauguration of President Gilbert.
- Feature Articles: The personal stories and experiences of PathwayConnect and online students as well as Pathway employees, including a message from President Clark. G. Gilbert.
we feel a great responsibility to construct this temple of learning into something the Lord can use to build His kingdom across the earth