PathwayConnect to Open 69 New Locations this September

Sites will open in 33 different countries and 10 U.S. states
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REXBURG, Idaho —  In September, PathwayConnect will open 69 new locations spanning 33 countries. The program’s total locations now extend to more than 540 total sites. (To find additional locations or apply to PathwayConnect, visit https://pathway.lds.org/Finder/World)

Locations opening Fall Semester 2016:

Antigua and Barbuda (1)

  • Antigua Saint John's

Argentina (4)

  • Bahía Blanca
  • Mar del Plata
  • Morón
  • Santa Fe

Australia (2)

  • Sydney Hebersham
  • Sydney Macarthur

Austria*

Belgium*

Belize (1)

  • Orange Walk

Brazil (6)

  • Araçatuba
  • Juiz de Fora
  • Camaçari
  • Petrópolis
  • Santa Maria
  • São Carlos

Canada (2)

  • Ontario
    • Kitchener
    • Toronto

Chile (4)

  • Chillán
  • Curicó
  • Quilpué
  • Valdivia

Croatia*

Cyprus*

Denmark*

Ecuador (1)

  • Guayaquil Sur

Finland*

France*

Ghana (1)

  • Kumasi

Greece*

Guadeloupe (1)

  • Basse-Terre

Guatemala (2)

  • Huehuetenango
  • Villa Nueva

Hungary*

Iceland*

Mexico (4)

  • Campeche
  • Ciudad Mante
  • Córdoba
  • Monterrey Mitras

New Zealand (2)

  • Auckland Mount Roskill
  • Auckland Panmure

Norway*

Peru (1)

  • Puno

Philippines (1)

  • Quezon City

Poland*

Slovenia*

Sweden*

United Arab Emirates (2)

  • Abu Dhabi
  • Dubai

United Kingdom (1)

  • England - London South

United States (17)

  • Arizona
    • Goodyear
    • Maricopa
    • Paradise Valley
    • Snowflake
  • California
    • Santa Clarita
  • Georgia
    • Atlanta Northeast
  • Hawaii
    • Laie
    • Mililani
  • Illinois
    • Bloomington-Normal
  • Michigan
    • Grand Rapids
  • New Mexico
    • Farmington
  • New York
    • Queens
    • Rochester
  • Utah
    • Heber City
    • Salt Lake City Northwest
    • Spanish Fork
  • Virginia
    • Richmond

Uruguay (2)

  • Montevideo Norte
  • Tacuarembó

*Indicates entire country is approved for enrollment in the Virtual Pathway pilot. By holding the gathering online instead of in person, those living in some areas where large distances or legal restrictions limit their opportunities to learn may now participate in Pathway. The hope is that this pilot program may one day be available throughout the world to others who face similar restrictions.

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