Facts & Statistics

Worldwide

Current Students

%
U.S./Canada
Students
%
International
Students

History

Open Sites (with students this semester)

%
U.S./Canada
Sites
%
International
Sites

History

Pathway Missionaries

%
U.S./Canada
Missionaries
%
International
Missionaries

History

Pathway Totals


Total Students
Ever Served

Countries

U.S. States

Gender

Male Students
%
Female Students
%
U.S./Canada: %
International: %
U.S./Canada: %
International: %

Age

% Age 31+

Students

% Age 18-30

Students
Average Age
U.S./Canada:
International:

Married Students

%
U.S./Canada: %
International: %

Academic Progress

Breakdown of students who are currently enrolled in each semester of Pathway

% 1st Semester

Students

% 2nd Semester

Students

% 3rd Semester

Students

Other Students

Students

Pathway Graduates

Students who have completed Pathway's year-long curriculum (since 2009)

After Pathway

Students who have completed Pathway and are currently enrolled in BYU-Idaho online or campus

History



Pathway graduates who have received degrees through BYU-Idaho

Bachelor's Degrees

Total number of bachelor's degrees earned by Pathway graduates to date:

Associate Degrees

Total number of associate degrees earned by Pathway graduates to date:

Certificates

Total number of certificates earned by Pathway graduates to date:

About Pathway

In partnership with BYU-Idaho, Pathway is a one-year educational program where students take a prescribed curriculum of online academic and religion courses. These courses are designed to help students develop meaningful and marketable skills to enhance their prospects for further education, employment, church service, and/or leading and supporting families. Two program versions are available: Standard (for native English speakers) and ESL (for non-native English speakers).

In addition, students gather face-to-face once a week in their local area with other students and Pathway service missionaries, where they participate in additional educational and leadership activities.

After Pathway, students have a number of opportunities, including (but not limited to): entering the workforce, pursuing an education in their local area, or applying to earn a certificate or degree through the BYU-Idaho Online Degree Program.

To learn more about Pathway, visit pathway.lds.org.