Prepared and Guided
BYU-Pathway Worldwide’s Annual Report, “Prepared and Guided,” is now available. The report illustrates how the Lord prepared BYU-Pathway to provide a path forward for students during a tumultuous year through virtual gatherings, inspired curriculum, scholarships for returned missionaries, outreach to friends of other faiths, and more. Additionally, the report covers the organization’s record enrollment of 51,583 students; noteworthy accomplishments; and strategic priorities that will guide the organization’s efforts during 2021.
BYU-Pathway President Clark G. Gilbert said, “I am grateful that the Lord has been preparing the way for BYU-Pathway to serve and for our students to succeed, even in the most challenging of times. I am excited to see what the future holds.”
About BYU-Pathway Worldwide
BYU-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 offerings include PathwayConnect and online certificates and degrees from BYU-Idaho and Ensign College (starting September 2021). BYU-Pathway serves more than 50,000 students annually in 152 countries.
The 2020 Annual Report includes:
- Facts and Statistics: Enrollment data for BYU-Pathway students.
- Strategic Priorities: A summary of BYU-Pathway’s objectives that will guide and direct the organization’s efforts in 2021.
- New and Noteworthy: A summary of the major accomplishments and defining moments for the organization over the course of 2020, including its record enrollment, new partnership with Ensign College, media coverage, and expanded scholarship offerings.
- Feature Articles: Articles offering an inside look at how the Lord prepared BYU-Pathway “for such a time as this,” including a message from President Gilbert; an overview of the organization’s record enrollment; and stories of students discovering the gospel through education, finding help and hope during mental health challenges, and receiving more than an education through scholarships.
Beyond teaching useful job-ready skills, we help students develop faith that they are children of God with unimpeded access to heaven’s help.